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Rare Ferrari could raise half a million for air ambulance

A rare 1964 Ferrari has been left to the East Anglian Air Ambulance to auction. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A 1964 Ferrari 330GT is expected to make more than half a million pounds in a charity auction for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

The specially commissioned Nembo Spyder - with a 4 litre V12 - was owned by motor enthusiast and collector Richard Allen from Essex until he died on 26 November.

He left the car to be to be auctioned off in memory of the time the ambulance came to the help of one of his fellow racing drivers after a crash.

Previous auctions of the same car have seen sales of £660,000.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes

The car will be auctioned H&H Classics at Duxford on March 29th.

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Prince William 'to join' Ambulance service as pilot

Prince William gave us his job as an RAF search and rescue pilot 9 months ago Credit: PA

It's been reported that Prince William is to announce he'll become a helicopter pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

The Duke of Cambridge gave up his job as an RAF search and rescue pilot nine months ago to start a year of public service placements.

The Duke of Cambridge is said to want to get back to flying, and the part time role would give him the chance to work either from Cambridge or Norwich, while living with his family at Amner Hall on the Sandringham estate.

Crash victim gets tour of helicopter that saved him

Edward Clitheroe meets the medical team who flew him to hospital Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man whose life was saved by a helicopter rescue team has thanked the paramedics who treated him.

Edward Clitheroe who is 68 was hit by a car on the Fakenham to Holt road in November 2013.

He was flown to Addenbrooke's hospital in Cambridge by the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Crash victim meets doctor who saved him

Edward Clitheroe and Dr Jenny Townsend

A man who was badly injured after he went to help at the scene of a car crash in north Norfolk, has been reunited with the air ambulance crew who saved him.

Edward Clitheroe who is 68 was hit by a car on the Fakenham to Holt road in November 2013.

He spent 5 weeks unconscious in Addenbrooke's hospital in Cambridge. He had to have his left leg amputated below the knee.

Today he met Dr Jenny Townsend who was the East Anglian Air Ambulance Doctor, who saved his life.

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