The country's first Children's Air Ambulance service was launched in Coventry today by Duran Duran singer SImon Le Bon, the charity's ambassador.
Simon Le Bon visited the Children's Air Ambulance headquarters in Coventry today to launch their new service.
The first of its kind, it will transfer critically ill babies and children to specialist paediatric intensive care units.
The Duran Duran star is the ambassador for the charity.
The Air Ambulance service got a new high-profile supporter today - popstar Simon Le Bon. He owes his life to the people who fly rescue helicopters. He was saved by one when his yacht capsized in the 1980s. Today he was made an ambassador of an air ambulance service in the Midlands.
Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon visited an air ambulance charity in Coventry to pledge his support.
The singer met staff and crew at The Air Ambulance Service's operational headquarters at Coventry's Baginton Airport.