Posted: Friday - November 20, 2020 4:49 pm     
Really nice to hear from our colleagues at the East Anglian AIr Ambulance that 14 year old Ollie Handley is making a good recovery after a nasty injury back in March of this year. Ollie was racing his Kart at Red Lodge when the incident happened. He sustained a nasty leg break which required multiple resources to help treat him.

SARS paramedic, Steve Murrow, the East Anglian Air Ambulance and East of England Ambulance Service crews worked together to treat Ollie at the scene. He was later air-lifted to hospital. After several months of rehab, Ollie got back behind the wheel last month, of a Citreon Saxo saloon car, for a days testing which is great news.  Well done to all the teams involved.

Photo credit - Sprocket Photography

 
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Young Kart driver making good recovery after sustaining serious leg injury

Posted: Friday - November 20, 2020 4:49 pm     
Really nice to hear from our colleagues at the East Anglian AIr Ambulance that 14 year old Ollie Handley is making a good recovery after a nasty injury back in March of this year. Ollie was racing his Kart at Red Lodge when the incident happened. He sustained a nasty leg break which required multiple resources to help treat him.

SARS paramedic, Steve Murrow, the East Anglian Air Ambulance and East of England Ambulance Service crews worked together to treat Ollie at the scene. He was later air-lifted to hospital. After several months of rehab, Ollie got back behind the wheel last month, of a Citreon Saxo saloon car, for a days testing which is great news.  Well done to all the teams involved.

Photo credit - Sprocket Photography

 

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