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New ambulance service to be launched

Posted Fri 26th January 2018 at 13:17

An Alderney taxi firm owner has bought ambulance to provide an alternative patient transport service to St John service.

Mark Tugby runs A1 Taxis the Island's largest taxi firm.

He has bought an ambulance which his company will use to offer transport to people who find it difficult to get into taxis, including those with wheelchairs and who have to be transported on stretchers.

He will also be offering transport to hospital.

Mr Tugby says he will be setting up a charity so that the service - called Helping Aid to Alderney People - can be offered for free.


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