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Mission Summary, Week Ended 23 April 2006

Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust

MISSION
SUMMARY


WEEK ENDED 23 April 2006

DATE: MISSION SUMMARY FOR THE WESTPAC RESCUE HELICOPTER


20/4/06 A male patient with chest pain was transported by rescue helicopter from Wellsford to North Shore Hospital.

21/4/06 A male was winched off a cliff face after becoming trapped at the North Western end of Waiheke Island.

22/4/06 The rescue helicopter was stood down en-route to a car accident on SH2, Maramarua.

22/4/06 A male patient with chest pain was transported by rescue helicopter from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

22/4/06 The rescue helicopter winched a male with a lower back injury from an 8m boat, 2km South West of the Manukau Harbour heads bar. He was flown to Auckland City Hospital.

23/4/06 A female patient was transported from Great Barrier Island with a leg injury and taken to North Shore Hospital.

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