An emergency vehicle administration is sending clinical gear to handle clinics in Ukraine, to help the most seriously harmed troopers and regular folks.
South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) said the provisions could keep a field medical clinic for up to a fortnight.
It said the things might actually save large number of lives while they anticipate crisis medical procedure in clinic.
Supplies have come from Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Surrey and Sussex.
They were being stuffed by staff and volunteers on Friday at Boundary Park in Didcot. Arrangements will progress forward with Saturday.
Every one of the provisions will squeeze into a truck and will go straightforwardly to handle emergency clinics.
Kate Ellis, paramedic group pioneer, said: “SCAS has been exceptionally kind and given things that we utilize no more. We’re sending an enormous measure of stuff to help those out in the field.”