A paramedic from South Molton has been honoured for more than two decades of work in the frontline of the emergency services. Jane Bunby was among more than 20 South Western Ambulance Service Trust staff who attended an awards ceremony in Cullompton, wher

A paramedic from South Molton has been honoured for more than two decades of work in the frontline of the emergency services.Jane Bunby was among more than 20 South Western Ambulance Service Trust staff who attended an awards ceremony in Cullompton, where she was presented with the Queen's Medal for Long Service by trust chairman Heather Strawbridge.Jane said she liked her work so much because of the great job satisfaction it brings, highlighting the most memorable moment in her career when she carried out the successful resuscitation of a newborn baby.She both lives and works in South Molton and is married with two sons.Trust chief executive Kern Wenman added: "There are so many crews who work above and beyond the call of duty in our ongoing quest to save lives. "I am proud to work with such a group of dedicated and committed people, who often face difficult, challenging and harrowing situations whilst caring for patients. All the awards, without exception, are extremely well deserved. Thank you and well done.