Injured cyclist saved by new London Air Ambulance procedure
A 24 year-old-cyclist has thanked paramedics after London Air Ambulance used a pioneering new technique to save her life.
Victoria Lebrec's leg had to be amputated after she was run over by a skip lorry on Clerkenwell Road, in central London, last December.
She only survived because a procedure using an air bag was used at the roadside to stop her bleeding to death.
BBC London's Emilia Papadopoulos spoke to Ms Lebrec.