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Not-for-profit company Ambulance Aid dispatches another vital emergency vehicle to Ukraine with the help of Wellesbourne Lions





AMBULANCE AID, the not-for-profit company set up in south Warwickshire a year ago to send ambulances and medical supplies to Ukraine, has just dispatched its 16th vehicle to the war-torn country.

The ambulance was on display outside Sainsbury’s in Wellesbourne on Saturday, 25th March where a raffle was held as part of a constant fund-raising operation for the organisation.

Dr Tania Hebert, a Ukrainian-born GP who lives in Warwick and works in Coventry, told the Herald the ex-NHS ambulances were essential for evacuating people from war zones and also from towns and cities obliterated by Russian bombardment.



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