The largest crane in Europe has been put up in South London, as work begins on a new helipad for a hospital in Tooting.
St George's will become the second hospital in the capital to have an emergency landing pad.
It will give victims of major trauma - like road accidents, falls and stabbings - faster access to potentially life-saving treatment.
Ria Chatterjee reports.
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