THE work of the air ambulance
service is clearly shown in a spectacular display on Barony Park, Nantwich.
But this is not a
demonstration at a public event - despite the line up of
spectators. This is a real-life emergency.
As the North West Air
Ambulance charity craft landed on the football pitch at the
park, a land ambulance was waiting with a patient - a man in his
80s with a suspected leg injury.
After he was transferred
to the air ambulance the helicopter took him to the Royal Stoke
Between April and July this year the air crews were involved in
142 missions in Cheshire - and 579 in the whole North West area.
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