The thin blue line is unbreakable, says a mounted police officer who "hangs" in the hospital with a lung injury and broken collarbone after being injured in a protest against Black Lives Matter
- PC Nicky Vernon was injured when the horse broke through during the protests in London
- The video showed how she was pushed by the horse when she hit a traffic light
- She is in the hospital with a collapsed lung, broken collarbone, and broken ribs
- Several people have offered support, including a man whose life has saved them
- PC Vernon pulled 58-year-old grandfather Chris Frost out of a car on his way to work
The mounted policewoman, who was seriously injured when her horse broke during a protest against Black Lives Matter, has shown that she is "about to be there".
But PC Nicky Vernon said the support she had received reminded her that the "thin blue line" was "unbreakable".
One of those who offered support was triple grandfather Chris Frost, 58, whose life saved her after an accident.
PC Nicky Vernon (right) said the support she had received reminded her that the "thin blue line" was "unbreakable" and was supported by Chris Frost (58) (left), whose life she was saved after a crash
He shared his horror when he saw PC Vernon being pushed by her horse when she collided with a traffic light in Whitehall last Saturday after thugs were thrown by missiles at her.
She is in the hospital with a collapsed lung, broken collarbone, and broken ribs.
Mr. Frost, a freelance contractor, stayed in touch with the official who came to his rescue in March 2018 when he suffered a heart attack after his car crashed on the A20 Sidcup bypass in Kent.
PC Vernon, who was on his way to work, stopped and pulled Mr. Frost out of the car. She performed CPR on him for ten minutes before a fireman came to her.
When paramedics arrived, they used a defibrillator to restart his heart. He was in intensive care for four days and was fitted with a pacemaker before he was released.
The policewoman fell off her horse after hitting a traffic light during the protests against Black Lives Matter in London
PC Vernon is in hospital with a collapsed lung, broken collarbone and broken ribs
Mr. Frost said yesterday: "I am eternally grateful – she saved my life. I hope she is better and she suffers as little trauma as possible. Nicky was injured at work … to protect the public."
In an emotional post on Facebook this week, PC Vernon wrote, "I'm just about to stay there with the love and support of my family, friends, and even strangers." It is humble to receive such support and to be constantly reminded of the strength of this blue line. "
She added, "For some reason it is called" thin ", but it seems that it is made of something stronger than you can imagine. Simply unbreakable."
She asked her colleagues: "Keep it to me until I get back."
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