In September 2003 Carl Atkins was knocked off his motorbike and run over by a bus in Old Buckenham, leaving him seriously injured. EAAA was tasked to attend the scene by helicopter, where they found Carl with horrific injuries.

Despite the terrible injuries he sustained and a long rehabilitation journey, Carl made a full recovery, and says that the crew aboard EAAA were responsible for saving his life with their fast and efficient actions. Carl has seen first-hand the work that we do, and has chosen to leave a gift to EAAA in his will in the hope that this could help someone just like him.

“Gifts in Wills are not often talked about but I am proud to know I’ll be leaving something behind that my children might benefit from. EAAA doesn’t just change lives for the patients but also families.”

We would love to hear what EAAA means to you and why you support our charity! Let us know by printing the below form and sending it to: Jess Down. East Anglian Air Ambulance, Hangar E, Gambling Close, Norwich Airport, Norwich, NR6 6EG.

Thank you for your continued support. Together, we save lives. 

What does EAAA mean to you?

We would love to hear what EAAA means to you and why you support our charity! Let us know by printing the below form and sending it to: Jess Down. East Anglian Air Ambulance, Hangar E, Gambling Close, Norwich Airport, Norwich, NR6 6EG.