By Michael Thompson - 1st May 2020 6:09am
As several AudlemOnline readers have pointed out, our thanks to the NHS and care home staff for their efforts and sacrifices during the pandemic should also be extended to the Firat Responders.
Over the last few weeks they been busier than normal responding 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in Audlem and its surrounding villages.
Details of the project can be read here.
The picture shows Ed Thompson, one of Audlem ECFRs, pictured at Barton Aerodrome driving the rapid response Air Ambulance Support Vehicle in Covid 19 Critical Care Transfers.
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