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Amputee Ash Hall appointed IAM RoadSmart ambassador

IAM RoadSmart has announced this week that Ash Hall, who lost both legs serving in Afghanistan but has started a new career as a racing driver, will become an ambassador for independent road safety charity IAM RoadSmart. Ash, 27, from Colchester, starts his work with IAM RoadSmart with immediate effect. He will be giving feedback to IAM RoadSmart on its courses and products and how they can be made better for disabled customers, visiting IAM RoadSmart local groups for talks, plus spokesman activity on behalf of the charity. He will also be taking IAM RoadSmart's advanced driving course. Ash served in the Royal Engineers for 10 years; whilst serving in Afghanistan in 2010, he was hit by an improvised explosive device causing serious injuries - which led to the amputation of both legs above the knees and shattered his pelvis. He spent many months receiving treatment at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and at the military rehabilitation centre in Headley Court, and underwent countless oper…

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