Doctor saved by Air Ambulance calls for second helicopter

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Doctor saved by Air Ambulance calls for second helicopter

An intensive care doctor whose life was saved by London's Air Ambulance says the capital desperately needs a second emergency helicopter.

Dr Chloe Baker, was left critically injured after she was knocked off her bike in East Sheen in 2007.

the 29-year-old been speaking to the Evening Standard's Ross Lydall.

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