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Raising funds to help aid recovery

A team from 6 Regiment are running 140 miles to raise money for a colleague who received life changing injuries in a road traffic collision back in the spring.

The Road to Recovery team are running the route from James Cook Hospital to the Defence Rehabilitation Centre in Loughborough in six days.

It will raise vital funds to ensure that LCpl Emma Lumb has all of the specialist care and equipment she needs in order to allow her the greatest possible level of independence going forward.

On 3 March 2019, Emma had a serious and life changing Road Traffic Collision, breaking her neck and Spinal Cord, resulting in C4 paralysis (everything below the shoulders).

The event has had a wide ranging and devastating effect on a young woman and her family, including her young son, Lucas.

Despite her injuries, the Regt says that Emma remains an inspiration and has remained positive in the face of adversity and challenge.

You can donate to the cause at: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/emmasroadtorecoveryyy

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Emma and Lucas

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