GNAAS

AcronymDefinition
GNAASGreat North Air Ambulance Service (UK)
GNAASGhana National Association of Adventist Students
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Mr Maher said: "We've got GNAAS to be thankful for and the RVI's trauma team and intensive care guys and Ward 11, where Alannah spent the longest."
Now four-and-a-half years later, she met up with the GNAAS team to talk about her survival.
GNAAS worked alongside fire crews, police, ambulance and staff from an Appleby medical practice after the incident, which happened on February 26.
Robbie's action packed story will be featured on Emergency Helicopter Medics on More4 on Sunday at 9pm, a series which follows the work of charity Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).
GNAAS chief executive, Grahame Pickering MBE, said: "We are already well known for the exceptional level of care we provide, but this will give us the foundation on which to improve even further.
Charlton, a former jump jockey who now works in weighing rooms across the north, said: "It's a way of helping the GNAAS, who offer a service funded by public donations.
The bank said that it has donated GBP50,000 for The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).
And at the roadside, she was put in a medically induced coma by the GNAAS paramedic and doctor team and then airlifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary, where she stayed for more than a month.
David is continuing to build up his strength through physiotherapy sessions, and recently paid a visit to the GNAAS base at Durham Tees Valley Airport.
Since the collision Mr Coady's sister Hilary Dunne has held a fundraising night and raised PS2,000 for GNAAS. If you want to donate to the GNAAS or help in anyway, visit www.gnaas.com or call 01325 487263.
On Mr Coady's condition, Director of operations at GNAAS, Andy Mawson said: "Peter had suffered a devastating head injury in such a remote location.