到目前為止，"救護車援助 "組織已經向烏克蘭運送了五輛救護車和一輛越野車，並與另一個組織 "烏克蘭西米德蘭醫療援助 "合作，在救護車上裝滿醫療用品。
現在她是考文垂的一名全科醫生，她說救護車的毀壞讓她 "心碎 "了。
An ambulance donated to help with the aid effort in Ukraine has been destroyed by missiles, a not-for-profit group said.
It has appealed for help with funds to take further supplies at the end of the month.
Ambulance Aid has so far sent Ukraine five ambulances and one SUV and works with another group, Medical Aid Ukraine West Midlands, to fill the ambulances with medical supplies.
It said missiles had destroyed the building in which ambulance was parked in Odesa, causing the damage.
"We are deeply relieved there were no casualties; the one person inside at the time of the attack escaped with only concussion."
She said the organisation was on standby to deliver two more ambulances to hospitals in need, but called for more donations to help fund the next delivery.
Dr Tania Hebert, co-ordinator of Medical Aid Ukraine West Midlands, was born to Ukrainian parents and lived there until she was four, when she came to the UK.
Now a GP in Coventry, she said the destruction of the ambulance had left her "heartbroken".
"We will not give up - we will send more medical aid and vehicles. There is no other way."