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August 2012: Kitesurfer, Mark Warren was launching his rig when he was caught by a freak gust of wind and slammed into the sea wall. He sustained life-threatening injuries, including a ruptured aorta, and was airlifted to Addenbrookes Hospital for life-saving surgery. He said: "If it wasn't for the skill of the first paramedic on scene and the EAAA team I would have died." A year later, he visited the EAAA with his wife and son and the 5-month-old daughter he would never have met.

August 2012: Kitesurfer, Mark Warren was launching his rig when he was caught by a freak gust of wind and slammed into the sea wall. He sustained life-threatening injuries, including a ruptured aorta, and was airlifted to Addenbrookes Hospital for life-saving surgery. He said: "If it wasn't for the skill of the first paramedic on scene and the EAAA team I would have died." A year later, he visited the EAAA with his wife and son and the 5-month-old daughter he would never have met.

For reasons of patient confidentiality we are unable to publicise the full details of every incident that we attend. However many of our patients subsequently do give permission for us to highlight their story to let people know about our lifesaving work. More details on these stories can be found on our website: www.eaaa.org.uk/air-ambulance/rescue-stories/

For reasons of patient confidentiality we are unable to publicise the full details of every incident that we attend. However many of our patients subsequently do give permission for us to highlight their story to let people know about our lifesaving work. More details on these stories can be found on our website: www.eaaa.org.uk/air-ambulance/rescue-stories/

Most teenagers dream about meeting a famous pop star someday, and for Haydn Vaughan-Peacock, that dream came true in 2013 – unfortunately, it is a day he cannot remember. Read his amazing rescue story here: http://www.eaaa.org.uk/air-ambulance/rescue-stories/haydn-vaughn-peacocks-story/

Most teenagers dream about meeting a famous pop star someday, and for Haydn Vaughan-Peacock, that dream came true in 2013 – unfortunately, it is a day he cannot remember. Read his amazing rescue story here: http://www.eaaa.org.uk/air-ambulance/rescue-stories/haydn-vaughn-peacocks-story/

March 2013: Shaun Button, from Harleston in Norfolk, suffers from one of the rarest and most severe forms of migraine there is. In March he was driving home from work when he felt the warning tingling that indicates he is about to have an attack. He tried to pull over but rapidly lost vision and his car went into a tree. He was airlifted to the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital. He and his wife now raise money for the EAAA

March 2013: Shaun Button, from Harleston in Norfolk, suffers from one of the rarest and most severe forms of migraine there is. In March he was driving home from work when he felt the warning tingling that indicates he is about to have an attack. He tried to pull over but rapidly lost vision and his car went into a tree. He was airlifted to the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital. He and his wife now raise money for the EAAA

Oct 2012: Little Ruby Salter from Eye was celebrating her 5th birthday when she ran across a room and put her arm through a glass door, severing arteries and ligaments. EAAA treated the wound and airlifted her to Norwich where she had surgery. She has now recovered and her family are keen supporters of the charity - this year her parents held a ball which raised over £4,500 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance

Oct 2012: Little Ruby Salter from Eye was celebrating her 5th birthday when she ran across a room and put her arm through a glass door, severing arteries and ligaments. EAAA treated the wound and airlifted her to Norwich where she had surgery. She has now recovered and her family are keen supporters of the charity - this year her parents held a ball which raised over £4,500 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance

June 2011: Liz Rouse was airlifted by the EAAA following an incident with a horse. Suffering from head, face and back injuries, she was flown straight to Addenbrooke's in Cambridge where she spent three days in hospital. It was then a long road to recovery and she still suffers from headaches. Keen to show her support for EAAA, Liz now plays our Lottery and recently became the first airlifted patient to win our £1,000 jackpot!

June 2011: Liz Rouse was airlifted by the EAAA following an incident with a horse. Suffering from head, face and back injuries, she was flown straight to Addenbrooke's in Cambridge where she spent three days in hospital. It was then a long road to recovery and she still suffers from headaches. Keen to show her support for EAAA, Liz now plays our Lottery and recently became the first airlifted patient to win our £1,000 jackpot!

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