The military have attended Wiltshire Air Ambulance’s airbase this morning, to seize an ambulance rapid response vehicle which was used to attend the Amesbury incident.
The news comes just days after critical care paramedic Keith Mills’ personal vehicle, an Audi A3, was seized from outside his home on Coronel Close in Swindon.
It comes as another blow to the local air ambulance, as their chopper remains grounded due to a mechanical fault. It’s not been in the air since Friday 15 June.
It’s understood that army personnel attended the Semington-located base at around 9.30am, but remain at the scene now, 11.20am as they prepare to remove the car.
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