A young girl who was seriously injured in a road crash last year, has helped cut the first patch of turf for a new Lincs and Notts air ambulance headquarters which will see staff and crew come together under one roof.
Ella Burgess-Wood was on her way home from her fourth birthday party on the A17 near Cranwell in September, when her father's car was hit by a lorry. She was taken to hospital by the air Ambulance.
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A new multi-million pound HQ for the charity is expected to be finished by the end of the year which will have a purpose-built hangar and enhanced training facility.