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Island's ambulance teams featured on TV

Skimmeeyn charr-lheihys Ellanagh goll er soilshaghey er çhellveeish

Laa ayns obbyr hirveish charr-lheihys yn Ellan, t'eh goll er soilshaghey son ny tree shiaghtin ta ry-heet ayns strane d'ilmyn-fysseree jeant ec y VBC.

Ta 'Countryside 999' geiyrt er lheeghyn-coonee as çhagnysseyryn çharr-lheihys, ayns caghlaa dy vuill harrish ny h-Ellanyn Goaldagh, as ta'n Ellan goll er soilshaghey ayns y chiarroo trane.

Ta'n show goll er creeley er BBC Nane ec nane-jeig gagh moghrey çheu-mooie jeh'n jerrey shiaghtin - va toshiaght currit da Jelune, y nuyoo laa as feed Toshiaght Arree.

V'er er ny ilmey ayns shoh ayns Mee Luanistyn as Mean Fouyir nurree.


Island's ambulance teams featured on TV

A day in the life of the Island's ambulance service is featured on a BBC documentary series for the next three weeks.

Countryside 999 follows paramedics and ambulance technicians in various locations across Britain, and the Island is featuring in its fourth series.

The show is broadcast on BBC One at 11am each week day - it started on Monday (29 Feb).

It was filmed here in August and September last year.

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