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News & Updates

Training exercise with SULSAR and EAAA


SARS volunteers took part in a training exercise with SULSAR and the East Anglian Air Ambulance this weekend. Thanks to our friends at SULSAR for organising the event.

Mid Suffolk area


A volunteer SARS doctor and critical care paramedic were mobilised to a patient in cardiac arrest yesterday evening. We can give no further information about this incident.

Norfolk/Suffolk border


A volunteer critical care paramedic from SARS was mobilised to a serious medical incident on Saturday afternoon. A male patient who was in a life-threatening condition was assessed and then sedated by the SARS CCP before being transfered to hospital in a life-threatening condition. We can give no further information at this time.

Sudbury area


A volunteer doctor from the Suffolk Accident Rescue Service was mobilised a patient who had suffered a cardiac arrest early on Saturday morning. We can give no further information at this time.



A volunteer SARS critical care team responded to a male patient who had suffered a serious fall on Friday evening. The SARS team assessed the patient at the scene before leaving him in the care of the East of England Ambulance Service

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