Prince William Helps Rescue Shooting Victim!

Posted on August 7th, 2015 at 12:45 pm
True Prince William Helps Rescue Shooting Victim Prince William can now add hero to his extensive resume! The Duke of Cambridge, who has been working as a helicopter ambulance pilot, saved the life of a man who had been shot in the stomach. This isn't the first time William saved the life while on the job. Shortly after returning to work after the birth of his daughter, the prince saved the life of a man who had just suffered a massive heart attack by successfully airlifting him to Norwich University Hospital. When he is not busy on the job saving the lives of his patients, William is taking a stand to save the lives of endangered animals. The prince announced last week that he was presenting the Wildlife Ranger Award to Edward Ndiritu, head of the Anti-Poaching Unit for the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya.  The award was presented on behalf of William’sconservation charity, Tusk Trust. In statement on behalf of his organization, William wrote: "May I take the opportunity to personally congratulate you on this richly deserved award and to thank you for the extraordinary contribution you and your team at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy have made towards both the protection of wildlife and increased security for the rural communities of northern Kenya." It seems as though William is doing everything in his power to save as many lives as possible and make a difference in this world. Bravo!