A woman from Newmarket has pledged to run the London Marathon - despite shattering her ankle in a riding accident. Cat Elliott is raising money for the MAGPAS Helimedix who flew in and gave the emergency treatment that meant she could walk again.
Cat has two metal plates and 11 screws holding her right ankle together but the 40 year old is determined she will complete all 26.2 miles of the London Marathon in April.
Abaigh O'Gallagher from Hertfordshire was left fighting for her life after she was hit by a car in September 2013. The MAGPAS helimedics flew in and gave her critical treatment as she lay in the road.
On Saturday afternoon, Abaigh went to the MAGPAS base at Wyton near Huntingdon to say thank you to the helimedics who were on board that day and who may well have saved her life.
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A campaign has been launched by the Huntingdon based emergency medical charity Magpas, to encourage everyone to learn CPR.
The charity says it is treating an increasing number of cases of heart attacks in men and women and even children.
They say it's often members of the public who are first on the scene and who can make the biggest difference. Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson.
More information on how you can learn life-saving skills can be found here:
The emergency medical charity MAGPAS is trying to get more people to learn the first aid skills of CPR. As part of the charity's campaign, former patients whose lives have been saved by CPR, are teaching others first aid.
The Emergency Medical Charity MAGPAS are running a campaign in Huntingdon today, trying to get more people to learn the skills of CPR.
As part of the charity's campaign, former patients whose lives have been saved by CPR, will be teaching first aid.
Medics from the Magpas medical charity were called to help a parachutist who broke his leg on landing yesterday.
The helicopter was called to Wimblington in Cambridgeshire after a man in his 30's suffered a broken thigh following a jump.
He was flown to Peterborough City Hospital for treatment.
A new air ambulance has taken to the skies over the East of England. The emergency medical charity Magpas officially unveiled its new aircraft on Thursday along with a new training facility for its medics in Cambridgeshire.
The charity says the helicopter, which is able to fly at night, and the training centre in Huntingdon, mean it can now move towards its goal of providing 24-hour cover, seven days a week.
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Helicopter medics from the medical charity Magpas were called to an incident in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire yesterday after a man suffered a serious head injury.
It is unclear how the man, in his 30's, received his injuries.
The man was accompanied to Addenbrooke's Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.
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