A Worcester woman has spoken of her gratitude for the 'Good Samaritans' who helped her 70-year-old husband after he collapsed. 

Marilyn Booth's husband, Dyson, collapsed at Crowngate Bus Station yesterday afternoon (Tuesday, October 12) while waiting for the number 32 bus. 

Several people rushed over to help Mr Booth, including the driver of the bus who also offered his help.

And Mrs Booth has said that she and Mr Booth, both lifelong Worcester residents, wanted to share their gratitude with those who stopped to help.

She said: "I really want to say a big thank you to the Good Samaritans who cared for my husband when he collapsed in the bus station yesterday afternoon. 

"Several people looked after him but being an obstinate Yorkshireman he asked then not to call an ambulance.

"People notified the driver and he was so considerate. We are both very grateful to everyone who helped."

Mrs Booth has said her husband got home safely after the fall and is recovering well.

"Those who helped will be pleased to know that he is home and resting and feeling much better," she continued. 

"Thank you all so very much."