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Mission Summary to 25 June 2006

WEEK ENDED 25 June 2006

Date: Mission Summary for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter

20/6/06 After a car v bank at Waiheke Island a male was transported to Auckland City Hospital.

20/6/06 An elderly male with chest pain was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

21/6/06 After a fall at home a woman was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

22/6/06 The helicopter responded to Great Barrier Island and transported a pregnant woman to Auckland City Hospital.

24/6/06 The helicopter crew responded themselves to Browns Bay to 4 people in the water. The 4 people were picked up by a passing boat so helicopter returned to Mechanics Bay.

24/6/06 After a motorcycle accident at Makarau (North of Kaukapakapa) a male with numerous injuries was transported to North Shore Hospital.

24/6/06 A female with chest pain was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

24/6/06 The helicopter responded to Coromandel and transported a male child with injuries after a car v bank to Starship Hospital.

25/6/06 A female child with breathing difficulties was transported from Waiheke Island to Starship Hospital.


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