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Local Paramedic Hospitalized

Fundraiser established for Shaena Randles


Earlier this week, The Watershed was contacted by Dennis Singh Minhas, a Lions Bay resident who works as a paramedic out of the Lions Bay station, and volunteers with Lions Bay Fire Rescue.


Singh Minhas writes:


"Shaena Randles, a long-term member of Lions Bay Ambulance Station, collapsed three days ago. She was rushed to hospital and diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 24. She is currently undergoing a bone marrow transplant and aggressive chemotherapy at VGH."

Shaena's coworkers have set up a GoFundMe to help Shaena and her partner deal with the unexpected costs. "She's served the community selflessly," says Singh Minhas. "I'm hoping to make people aware of the situation, and help raise money to allow her partner to spend time by her side during this troubling time."


The link to the page established for Shaena Randles by her coworkers can be found HERE.


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