Patient holds Remembrance Day silence in ambulance
An elderly churchgoer, who collapsed before a Remembrance Day service, observed a two-minute silence in the back of an ambulance.
The woman, in her 80s, lost consciousness in St Andrew's Church in Chippenham at about 10:45 GMT on Sunday.
A marching band had to move aside to let the ambulance through.
When she regained consciousness, she told paramedics she still wanted to observe the silence at 11:00 GMT.
Steve Faulkner, emergency care assistant on the ambulance, said the woman wanted to pay her respects despite collapsing minutes before.
He said: "We had carried out an initial assessment before 11am, and she said she still wanted to observe the two-minute silence, which she was able to do inside the vehicle."
She was taken to the Great Western Hospital in Swindon for checks.