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Mission Summary For The Westpac Rescue Helicopter

WEEK ENDED 17/4/2006


DATE: Mission Summary For The Westpac Rescue Helicopter

10/4/2006 A male with abdominal pain was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

12/4/2006 After a quad bike flipped a male was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

14/4/2006 The helicopter responded to Whitianga and transported a male with injuries sustained after a vehicle left the road to Waikato Hospital.

14/4/2006 The helicopter was stood down enroute to Coromandel.

15/4/2006 After tumbling on a wave in the surf at Piha a male was transported to North Shore Hospital.

15/4/2006 The helicopter was placed on standby for a missing kayaker at Piha. Stood down.

16/4/2006 A male was winched off the rocks at Bethells Beach after a fall and transported to North Shore Hospital.

16/4/2006 After a fall while tramping at Kennedys Bay (Coromandel) a woman was winched and taken to Thames Hospital.

16/4/2006 A woman with a medical condition was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

17/4/2006 A woman was winched from the Kaueranga Valley (Thames) after a fall and transported to Thames Hospital.


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