THE ambulance service which serves Oxfordshire has said it is 'incredibly proud' of one of its paramedics who is volunteering in Beirut.

Will Selley, education manager for South Central Ambulance Service's Hazardous Area Response Team, flew out on Saturday with a group from Saraid UK.

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He has volunteered for several years with the British search and rescue charity and his first deployment was in 2015 following the earthquake in Nepal.

An explosion in the Lebanese capital last week killed more than 200 people, with at least 100 still missing.