London's Air-Ambulance became Britain's first emergency service to carry blood whenever they're called to an accident. Experience has shown that when soldiers have been seriously injured in battle, an immediate blood transfusion can increase their chances of survival.
Phil Bayles reports now on how the same pricinple will now be applied around the capital.
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