Your cash will help race against death
EVERY day heroic volunteers from the Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) are on standby to save lives.Often in the most desperate of circumstances they give their own time and resources to save the lives of injured or ill people.
By Jessica Nicholls
EVERY day heroic volunteers from the Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) are on standby to save lives.
Often in the most desperate of circumstances they give their own time and resources to save the lives of injured or ill people.
Today, The Evening Star launches its Save a Life Campaign to raise £20,000 for these superheroes who are on standby day and night.
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The proceeds will buy them a new communications system, including satellite navigation and tracking, to help doctors mobilise faster. If they can get to the scene just two minutes faster it could save a life.
These volunteers get no government funding and survive on generous donations, which is why we are once again launching an appeal to buy them the state of the art equipment they need to provide this vital service.
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