SOHSA donation to support the Yorkshire Air Ambulance
Date: Tuesday, October 09, 2012 @ 04:06:38 BST
Topic: Association News


SOHSA donates to the Yorkshire Air AmbulanceSOHSA chairman Mark Wait was delighted to hand over a cheque for £500 to Yorkshire Air Ambulance, at their Annual General Meeting held on 13 March 2012. The donation was made following a successful conference in November 2011.
 
Yorkshire Air Ambulance operates two helicopters which can be airborne within 2 minutes, flying as speeds of up to 140 mph.  Wherever the helicopter lands within Yorkshire there is a hospital within 10 minutes flying time.  This means that injured patients can be taken quickly and smoothly to specialist care – it is this swift medical intervention that has a major impact on a patient’s chance of survival and recovery.
 
In a letter to SOHSA Yorkshire Air Ambulance stated:
 
“It is the goodwill, sponsorship and charitably donations that keep this vital service flying and therefore,  we are extremely grateful for all your support – without the generosity of people such as yourselves we would be unable to continue this valuable work.”
 








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