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Mission Summary - week ending 26 November 2006

Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter
Mission Summary - week ending 26 November 2006

Please find this week’s Mission Summary for the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter attached.

To see a full list of the 2006 Helicopter Missions please go to

WEEK ENDED 26 November 2006


20/11/06 The helicopter responded to Waiheke Island and transported a male with a medical condition to Auckland City Hospital.

20/11/06 A male with a medical condition was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

20/11/06 The helicopter responded to Great Barrier Island to a male with a heart condition and a female child with a medical condition. Due to a minor fault on the helicopter they were transported by Great Barrier Airlines to Auckland Airport and transferred by ambulance to Auckland City and Starship Hospital respectively.

23/11/06 A male with chest pain was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

24/11/06 The helicopter was tasked to Waiheke Island. Mission not completed.

25/11/06 The helicopter responded to Poutu (Kaipara North) to a fixed wing aircraft accident.

25/11/06 After falling from a motorcycle on the sand dunes at Muriwai a male with multiple injuries was transported to Auckland City Hospital.

25/11/06 The helicopter transferred a child from Whangarei Hospital to Starship Hospital.

26/11/06 After a near drowning a male child was transported from Miranda Hot Springs to Starship Hospital.

26/11/06 The helicopter responded to Waitoki and transported a male child with a leg injury to Starship Hospital.


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