West Midlands Ambulance Service paramedics plead with Nepal PM to lend helicopter to woman badly hurt in earthquake

A Nepali woman seriously injured by falling debris in Tuesday’s earthquake was airlifted to a Kathmandu hospital on Thursday in the prime minister’s helicopter, after two West Midlands Ambulance Service paramedics pleaded with officials to help save her life.

Phil Llewellyn and Ed Hullah are spending their annual leave in Nepal helping with the humanitarian rescue.

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Ed Hullah

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