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Chance to join our army of community life savers

North East Ambulance Service is targeting eight areas across the region to expand its army of volunteer community first responders in a bid to save more lives.

There are currently 100 community first responders (CFRs) volunteering their time across the North East, supporting patients within their own communities whilst emergency ambulance crews are travelling.

Childhood heroes rewarded for bravery

“They were absolute superstars and acted superbly”

Two children who came to the rescue of their grandad have been rewarded with bravery certificates by North East Ambulance Service.

Opportunity to hear about our plans for the next year

Register now to attend our Annual General Meeting

North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) will hold it's Annual General Meeting (AGM) later this month.

Teenage survivors of serious road traffic collision reunite with those who came to their aid

Two teenage girls injured in a serious high speed road traffic collision on 23 March have been reunited with the teams who came to their aid.

College friends 19-year-old Tilly Raper from Richmond and 18-year-old Ellie Brion from Newton Aycliffe were looking for a park to enjoy the sunshine just after 5pm, when they were involved in a crash that left driver Ellie and back seat passenger Tilly trapped in the car with multiple injuries and in need of emergency

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