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Under normal circumstances they would have been transfered by air ambulance , but with the wind gusting to 90mph + it was decided to call on the assistance of the heavies.

The Scottish Ambulance Service runs a fleet of air ambulances http://www.scottishambulance.com/what_we_offer/air_wing.aspx (2 fixed wing and 2 helicopters) and is the only publicly funded air ambulance service in Britain. A couple of years ago we lost a fixed wing , when it went down in bad weather of the Mull of Kintyre. Hence the reason for caution in extreme weather conditions.
 

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bin there, done that... well nearly.

I know EXACTLY what the parents are going through & my heart goes out to them & their twins, ours were 28 weeks, not 27 & we don't live on an island but the premature birth, the air ambulance (we didn't get a C130 but a helico) the incubators an all the rest.

Bravo the RAF, thoughts & prayers for the family.
 
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