It will support emergency calls after the Defence Forces stands down over staffing issues.
Ireland's first charity-funded air-ambulance service says it is not transferring services to Roscommon.
It follows reports that the Cork based air ambulance will support emergency calls in the Midlands and West after the Defence Forces stands down for a number of days during the winter over staffing issues.
Pilot John Murray, Operations Officer for the Irish Community Rapid Response, says they want to clear up any confusion:
Independent TD Denis Naughten says lives won't be at risk as a result of the changes: