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Patients invited to share air ambulance memories

Posted onPosted on 7th Mar
​People treated by the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance (LNAA) are being invited to get in touch and help celebrate its 30th birthday.
LNAA first became operational in May 1994 and since then has responded to more than 28,500 missions.

Its pilots, doctors, and paramedics provide pre-hospital emergency care to seriously ill and injured people in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

Now. to mark its 30-year anniversary, the charity is encouraging former patients and their families to get in touch and share their stories of their ‘rescues’.

Hayley Burton, LNAA patient liaison manager, said: “We have treated thousands of patients, and they are at the heart of everything we do.

“It is wonderful when former patients allow us to share their stories as they highlight how vital our lifesaving service is in our local communities, while recognising the amazing work of our crew who respond, in average, to four potentially life-saving missions daily.”

If you or a loved one has ever needed the services of LNAA and would like to share your story, email [email protected] or visit