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Charity worker saved by ambulance she donated | (UPI) An ambulance that Shirley Johnson, a 61-year-old British charity worker, donated to Africa five years ago recently saved her life.

The Sun tabloid in London reports Johnson's company sent the ambulance to Kenya to help save others but during a recent mercy mission it transported her 80 miles to a hospital after she fell in her hotel and hit her head.

Johnson suffered a serious concussion and tissue damage to her brain and was treated in the emergency room at a Mombasa hospital.

Johnson runs a charity that sends medical supplies to Kenya's poverty-stricken areas. Her ambulance was used to take emergency medical supplies to Nairobi after 217 people were killed in the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in 1998, the Sun reports.

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