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Mission Summary for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter

WEEK ENDED 3 September 2006

Date: Mission Summary for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter

28/8/06 The helicopter was placed on standby for a beacon search. Stood down before taking off.

30/8/06 A male child was transferred from Waikato Hospital to Starship Hospital.

31/8/06 The helicopter was placed on standby for an accident at Waihi. Stood down.

31/8/06 A female with a medical condition was transported from Glorit to North Shore Hospital.

31/8/06 A male child was transferred from Whangarei Hospital to Starship Hospital.

3/9/06 The helicopter responded to Whangarei and transferred a male child to Starship Hospital.

3/9/06 A male with several injuries after a hang gliding accident was transported from Awhitu to Middlemore Hospital.

3/9/06 New Zealand Police tasked the helicopter to Piha.


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