Freemason’s donate £2m to London’s Air Ambulance

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Freemason’s donate £2m to London’s Air Ambulance

London's Air Ambulance is a step closer to buying a second helicopter after the city's freemason's donated £2 million. 

It means it is half way to raising the £4.4 million pounds needed. 

A second aircraft would provide rapid trauma care for the capital, treating an additional 400 patients a year. 

So how is the London Air Ambulance hoping to raise the rest? 

Events Manager Lindsey Dixon and COO Charles Newitt explain more.  

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