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Westpac Rescue Helicopter Mission Summary to 5 Jun

AUCKLAND RESCUE HELICOPTER TRUST

MISSION
SUMMARY


WEEK ENDED 5 June 2006

DATE: MISSION SUMMARY FOR THE WESTPAC RESCUE HELICOPTER

29/5/06 The helicopter responded to Great Barrier Island and transported a male with a medical condition to Auckland City Hospital.

29/5/06 A woman with injuries suffered after a fall was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

31/5/06 A male with a medical condition was transported from Great Barrier Island to Auckland City Hospital.

31/5/06 New Zealand Police Search and Rescue tasked the helicopter to the Hunua Ranges (14 winches carried out).

31/5/06 The helicopter responded to Waiheke Island and transported a male with a medical condition to Auckland City Hospital.

2/6/06 A male with a medical condition was transported from Whitianga to Auckland City Hospital.

2/6/06 The helicopter responded to Waiheke Island and transported a male with a medical condition to Auckland City Hospital.

3/6/06 A male was transferred from Tauranga Hospital to Auckland City Hospital.


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