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News & Updates

North Weald


A volunteer doctor from Suffolk Accident Rescue Service was mobilised to a serious road traffic collison early on Saturday morning. Despite the best efforts of all the emergency services, a female patient was later pronounced dead. Our thoughts go out to her family and friends at this difficult time.



A volunteer SARS critical care team were mobilised to a patient reported to be in cardiac arrest on Good Friday evening. We can give no further information at this time.

April update


Volunteer SARS responders have been mobilised 9 times so far this month

Mid Suffolk


A SARS volunteer critical care clinician was mobilised to attend a female patient with a sever respiratory condition yesterday evening. The SARS responder was the first medical resource on scene and applied a specialist nebulisaton device to help treat the patient and administer medication at the scene. The SARS clinican then accompanied the patient to hospital where on arrival she was in a stable condition.



A volunteer critical care paramedic from SARS was mobilised to a patient who had suffered a serious fall yesterday evening. We can give no further information at this time.

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