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Pip, 63, was extremely grateful for the support of our critical care crew back in 2019 when she was involved in an accident which left her helpless and with life-changing injuries.
Whilst out on a walk in the Peak District, Pip was trampled by a herd of cows. She suffered a number of serious injuries including multiple rib fractures, a broken collar bone, damaged shoulder ligaments, and serious wounds to her legs.
Thankfully, the critical care crew were able to fly to the scene of the accident in rapid time and were able to begin treating Pip immediately thanks to their advanced medical training. Once comfortable, Pip was then flown to the nearest major trauma centre in just 10 minutes.
Pip was in hospital for several weeks, but thankfully is now safe, healthy and on the road to recovery and even though she often struggles with pain Pip is currently walking 1,000 miles to raise money for us.
Please, donate as much as you can today and keep our critical care crews attending local lifesaving missions. We support the NHS but receive no government funding and rely on the kind donations of supporters like you.
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