Yorkshire Air Ambulance to help out as helicopters grounded

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Yorkshire Air Ambulance will help a neighbouring service which has grounded all three of its helicopters amid safety fears.

North West Ambulance Service chief executive Lynda Brislin said all its aircrafts had been temporarily taken out of service on the advice of its supplier as a precautionary measure.

The announcement comes after Bond Air Services suspended flights of its EC135 helicopter, the same model which which crashed and killed nine people in Glasgow.


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