A woman in her seventies remains in hospital with serious burns after a suspected gas explosion at a bungalow on Barn Park.Read the full story ›
The service was called out last Monday to help a patient who had suffered chest injuries after being crushed by a cow.Read the full story ›
Victoria Cilliers has completed her first skydive since falling 4,000 ft in 2015, when her husband tampered with her parachute.Read the full story ›
A man who was dead for 68 minutes after his heart stopped has been reunited with the Air Ambulance Crew who brought him back to life.Read the full story ›
The Air Ambulance is halfway through a £5million move to Semington near Melksham.Read the full story ›
Tombstoning involves jumping from cliffs into the sea and can have deadly consequences.Read the full story ›
Great Western Air Ambulance has tested Bristol Royal Infirmary's new helipad but is too old to use it when it opens in MayRead the full story ›
The charity which runs Cornwall's air ambulance is looking for volunteers to help its fund raising. It costs two million pounds a year to run the ambulance, which doesn't get any funding from central government.
The charity wants to recruit around a hundred vounteers to man its eight shops in the county. The air ambulance carries out more than eight hundred rescues each year.
Wiltshire Air Ambulance says it needs to raise two and a half million pounds every year to keep the service going. It has just signed a deal for a new helicopter.
The Air Ambulance has been flying for 21 years in partnership with Wiltshire Police, but it is going alone later this year and needs to make up the financial shortfall. Our Wiltshire Correspondent Robert Murphy has the story.
The Dorset and Somerset air ambulances has been cleared to resume normal flights after being grounded on Thursday by the discovery of a technical fault.
Operator Bond Air Services cleared both EC135 aircraft to return to service yesterday.
It is the same model which recently crashed in Glasgow killing 10 people.