Last Thursday just before 7:30pm a police car with blue lights flashing pulled up at my house to rush me to King's College hospital as the love of my life and father of my two children had been involved in a serious bike accident and was fighting for his life.
Other than his helmet, what saved his life was being airlifted to King's so he could get urgent care quickly. They have an appeal to build a helipad right in the hospital (they currently land in a park and transfer in by ambulance) so crucial, life-saving time can be saved when it is needed most.
Please, please donate if you can and post these details anywhere you can think of to get as many people as possible to donate too. He is very slowly recovering now but the air ambulance saved his life. Simple as that. To donate, text TIME to 70800. Thanks.
I ask that please nobody starts any heated debates on this thread about cyclists, helmets, the state of the NHS or anything else for that matter. Thank you.
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