Pupils from a school in Kensington have been praised after helping a cyclist who came off her bike.
Four boys from St Mary Abbots were commended for their quick thinking during the incident on Friday, March 10 and for promptly calling emergency services.
Ten-year-old David, and Gabriel, Felix and Arthur, all 11, witnessed the cyclist fall from her bike near the 52 bus stop on Kensington Church Street sometime after school.
Three members of the public who witnessed the incident visited Kensington Church Court school later that same evening to compliment the boys on their actions.
Proud head teacher Nicola Doyle, said: “The boys demonstrated quick thinking and calmness under pressure in a challenging situation.
“The members of the public told us the boys took control of the situation, called an ambulance straight away, explained the person’s condition and waited until an adult took charge.
“Though emergency services are not able to refer to the individual patient, the pupils are to be commended for their maturity and doing the right thing to help.
“We join the pupils in wishing the person a speedy recovery.”
Emergency services were unable to provide an update on the cyclist's condition.
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