Yorkshire Air Ambulance rushes to help teenage football player with head injury on ER helicopter
Doctors and paramedics from the Yorkshire Air Ambulance spring into action as they set out to save lives in the death-defying docuseries, ‘Helicopter ER’. The TV show looks at the rescue work of Yorkshire Air Ambulance, a charity which provides rapid and lifesaving emergency services to five million people in Yorkshire in the UK.
‘Helicopter ER’, which debuted in autumn 2016 on UKTV’s free-to-air digital channel Really, has now revived on the Really TV channel on Filmon TV. The series airs tomorrow afternoon, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. local time, on the Really TV channel on Filmon. It can be viewed live or recorded and viewed later.
Series 4 Episode 1 of ‘Helicopter ER’ follows the Yorkshire Air Ambulance crew as they attempt to rescue a teenage footballer with a head injury after a fall. In addition, a cyclist has a collision with a van.
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