Calls Made For Public Support To Ensure Future Of Ireland's New Air Ambulance Service
Calls have been made for public support to ensure the future of Ireland's new charity Air Ambulance service.
The service has been tasked a large number of times to emergency situations in the county since its launch at the end of July and is on track to fly more than 200 missions by the end of this month.
This is ahead of its target of 500 missions annually.
Speaking to RedFM News John Kearney, CEO of Irish Community Rapid Response says the service is a life line for rural areas:
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