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Concern over ambulance helipad move

Concerns have been raised following the air ambulance helipad having been temporarily moved from Brodick to Whiting Bay due to the new ferry terminal construction.

The helipad was previously located on Market Road where Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) are now building the £22.2 million pier. Air ambulance transfers are currently operating to and from Sandbraes Park in Whiting Bay.

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