Deadly, Abby Watt follows dream

Mornington Shire Council extends congratulations to the very first paramedic cadet in the Wellesley Islands, Miss Abby Watt.

She has completed six weeks of training in Brisbane and is officially on the road full time for Queensland Ambulance Services.

An exciting time, CEO Mr Frank Mills says this is an exceptional achievement.

“Miss Watt is an outstanding role model in the region, she is working hard, determined to follow her dream and the council congratulate her efforts.”

Mayor Brad Wilson extended his personal congratulations, “Abby, you make us all proud of your commitment and dedication”.

Keep up the great work.

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