Private Ian Jackson, 1 Bn Light Infantry, is visited by Sergeant Bill Watt, Royal Army Medical Corps, the paramedic who saved his life with an on-the-spot tracheotomy when he was seriously injured in a Provisional IRA bomb attack on Crossmaglen Police Station, 28th August 1973. The photo was taken the following day in the Military Wing of Musgrave Park Hospital, Belfast. 197310290660b
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