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LIMERICK DONATES £600 FOR MOTOR AMBULANCE

In a gesture of generosity, the Committee of the County of Limerick Branch of the Red Cross Society has contributed £600 towards the acquisition and maintenance of a motor ambulance destined for frontline service. This significant donation, facilitated by contributions from the city, underscores the community’s commitment to supporting vital medical assistance efforts.

The funds, forwarded to the British Red Cross Society, will play a crucial role in ensuring the ambulance’s availability and operational efficiency in emergency situations. Limerick’s contribution reflects a broader dedication to humanitarian causes, particularly in times of need.

The decision to allocate resources towards this essential service highlights the importance of swift and efficient medical transportation, particularly in conflict zones or areas affected by emergencies. Such initiatives demonstrate solidarity and unity in the face of adversity, embodying the spirit of compassion and support that defines the Limerick community.

Dublin Daily Express – Monday 07 June 1915