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Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter - Daily Missions 22 Feb

21 February 13
1.34 pm HLNGreat Barrier IslandResponded to Great Barrier Island for a male patient with a broken jaw. He was transported to ACH.
2.08 pm HKZWarkworth Responded to Warkworth for a male patient who had an accident. He was transported to Starship Hospital.
3.32 pm HLNRotoroa IslandResponded to Rotoroa Island for a female patient with an injured leg. She was transported to ACH in a status 3 condition.
4.15 pm HKZMuriwaiResponded to Muriwai for a male who was stuck on the rocks at the beach. He was winched off and left with the police.
8.18 pm HLNWaiheke IslandResponded to Waiheke Island for a male patient with a medical condition. He was transported to ACH.
22 February 13
12.16 am HLNHauraki GulfResponded to the Hauraki Gulf for a search and rescue for an overdue boat. Nothing found, stood down as all persons accounted for.
4.13 am HLNHoteoResponded to Hoteo for a motor vehicle accident. Stood down.


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