A MAN is looking for help to track down a Good Samaritan who cared for his mum after a fall in Knutsford, which she later died from in hospital.

Phil Hobbs, originally from Knutsford but now living in Ireland, contacted the Guardian seeking help to trace a kind mystery woman who stopped to help his 83-year-old mum.

Pamela Fraser, who lived in Knutsford for more than 40 years, was on her way home from having coffee with a friend on Sunday, June 9, at some time around mid-afternoon.

It is thought that Pamela had fallen over on her way home when a passing Good Samaritan came to her aid.

Phil said: “I think the woman was driving past and saw that my mum had fallen over. She sat with her and called an ambulance, but then while they were waiting for the ambulance a GP stopped on his way through and said you need to get her to hospital right away. So this Good Samaritan took her to Macclesfield Hospital.

“She later phoned the hospital to ask how she was but we never thought at the time to ask for her contact details.”

Pamela passed away from her injuries in Macclesfield Hospital on Wednesday, June 12.

Phil and his brother David are now desperate to find the stranger who helped their mum, to thank her and to see if she can provide the missing details to what happened to Pamela.

Phil added: “We want to get in touch with her to firstly thank her very much for everything she did for my mum, and secondly to ask for her help in piecing together what happened.

“The coroner is involved and because she died from injuries and we don’t know exactly how she sustained them, her death is going down as unexplained. All the information we have to give to the coroner is third or fourth hand, so we would really appreciate her help.”

Are you the woman who helped Pamela? Contact the Guardian on 01606 813620 to be put in touch with Phil.