Pontins staff rushed to the aid of a man after a passerby ran in to ask for help.
The holiday park staff were told a man had been found lying injured on Ainsdale beach, on October 6.
The man had fallen and banged his head and was being helped by a woman, before a passerby spotted the scene and quickly went over to help.
A dog walker also helped by putting coats and blankets around the injured man while others rang an ambulance.
In need of first aid assistance one of the men quickly went over to the nearby holiday park Pontins to get the help of staff – who ran over to assist.
One of the men who helped took to Facebook after being stunned by the kindness of people.
He wrote: “Just leaving beach after my morning walk and a lady was kneeling down next to a gentleman that had fallen and banged his head.
“Another gentleman who has been dog walking came over and we managed to keep the patient warm with blankets and a coat while calling for ambulance.
“I walked to Pontins to ask if they had a defibrillator and they came up with it immediately plus a first aider and a duvet.
“It’s lovely to see how kind people are when someone needs help.”
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