MG's Sales Centre in Birmingham has handed over an MG6 GT to a local charity responding to life-threatening incidents.
MG's Sales Centre in Birmingham has handed over an MG6 GT to a local charity responding to life-threatening incidents. The FastAid team attend emergency calls assisting the West Midlands Ambulance Service and the car is a valuable asset to them reaching situations quickly and with their entire kit.FastAid was set up eight years ago and the MG will help the volunteer Community First Responders in an emergency in local communities around the West Midlands. The diamond grade liveried car will hold all their equipment in the vast boot along with featuring an ambulance service radio, automated external defibrillator and a vital built-in satellite navigation system. Richard Jay, the Vice Chairman of FastAid was suitably impressed with the car: "The cargo space in the MG6 is enormous and allows us to carry all of our specialist equipment with ease." Andy Jeynes, the West Midlands Ambulance Service Community Response Manager was extremely grateful to the manufacturer for supplying the car as it had already helped them out on a few call-outs: "Without the support of local companies and organisations, such as the MG Sales Centre, we wouldn't be able to keep doing what we do in our local communities." Simon Bennet from the MG Sales Centre added: "We're very proud that our local community first responders are saving lives in one of our cars. It's about giving something back to the community we live in and we hope that our support helps FastAid to continue the excellent work it does."