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A convoy of ambulances have left the Midlands heading to Syria to give aid to refugees.
Up to 30 ambulances that are no longer in service, are being driven nearly 3,000 miles to the border with Turkey where they will be handed over to aid workers.
These vehicles in Birmingham have been packed full of supplies for people who are suffering because of the violence in Syria.
Six ambulances have left Birmingham to start their trip to Turkey where they will help hundreds of refugees and orphans who have left Syria.
Around ten ambulances that are no longer in service are being used to transport aid from the Midlands to Syria. The supplies will be used to help hundreds of refugee families.
One vehicle is leaving Derby, two are heading from Burton and six from Birmingham. The trip has been organised by the charity SKT Welfare.
SKT Welfare the charity is making preparations to send its second convoy to Syria with 30 ambulances leaving the UK today.
Six ambulances are setting off from Birmingham and will start the 3000 mile trip this afternoon.