Family bond boosts air ambulance
A LIFE coach is raising money for the air ambulance to thank them for saving her sister.Rachel Green's younger sister Hannah was airlifted to hospital by the crew of Anglia One, the air ambulance serving Norfolk and Suffolk, after a serious road traffic accident on the outskirts of Norwich.
A LIFE coach is raising money for the air ambulance to thank them for saving her sister.
Rachel Green's younger sister Hannah was airlifted to hospital by the crew of Anglia One, the air ambulance serving Norfolk and Suffolk, after a serious road traffic accident on the outskirts of Norwich.
Doctors told her it's unlikely she would have survived had she not received expert medical attention so quickly.
Rachel, 34, of Runnacles Way, Felixstowe, a life coach and nutritional consultant, said it was vital the air ambulance is kept flying and she wanted to give something back.
“It's thanks to the expertise of the East Anglian Air Ambulance and its highly skilled clinicians that Hannah is alive and here with us today,” she said.
“I wanted to help this remarkable charity which saves so many lives in a personal way so I'm offering my expertise as a life coach in return for a donation to help keep the air ambulance flying.
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“Sometimes we're so busy living that we forget to live the lives we want to lead.
“I've seen life coaching make a huge difference so I hope to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance while helping people achieve the lives they want. After all, it's thanks to them that Hannah has a second chance to do just this.”
She is offering free coaching sessions to clients in return for a donation to the EAAA.
Hannah, who lives in Norfolk, was 27 at the time of the crash in December 2003.
The car she was driving turned upside down, trapping her inside. Her back was broken and she is still recovering.
She has undergone several major operations over the last five years, the most recent of which, a pioneering spine reconstruction procedure, took place in June this year.
The air ambulance operates every day but has to raise £3 million a year to keep running.
To contact Rachel Green people should call 01394 279675 or 07989 963375.