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Mission Summary - week ending 10 December 2006

Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter
Mission Summary - week ending 10 December 2006

Please find this week’s Mission Summary for the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter attached. For more information on these missions please contact Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust Helicopter Manager Greg Brownson on (09) 366 1124 or 021 ARHT 016

To see a full list of the 2006 Helicopter Missions please go to http://www.rescuehelicopter.co.nz/NewsMissions.aspx


WEEK ENDED 10 December 2006

DATE: MISSION SUMMARY FOR THE WESTPAC RESCUE HELICOPTER

4/12/06 The helicopter responded to Waiheke Island and transported a woman with a medical condition to Auckland City Hospital.

4/12/06 A woman with a medical condition was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

4/12/06 A woman with chest pain was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

5/12/06 The helicopter responded to Waiheke Island and transported a woman with chest pain to Auckland City Hospital.

5/12/06 A female who had collapsed at Rangitoto Island was transported to Auckland City Hospital.

5/12/06 The helicopter responded to Fairy Springs Waterfalls (Waitakares) and winched a male who had head injuries after a fall.

5/12/06 A male with a medical condition was transported from Great Barrier Island to Auckland City Hospital.

6/12/06 A woman with a medical condition was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

6/12/06 A beacon search was carried out at North Shore. Beacon was located and the helicopter returned to Mechanics Bay.

7/12/06 The helicopter was tasked to Long Bay (Coromandel). Stood down enroute.

7/12/06 After a truck v van at Port Jackson (Coromandel) a male with numerous injuries was transported to Waikato Hospital.

8/12/06 The helicopter was tasked to Whitianga to a pregnant woman. Her baby born was born in the back of the helicopter. Mother and son were then transported to Waikato Hospital.

9/12/06 A female with a medical condition was transported from Waiheke Island to Auckland City Hospital.

10/12/06 A male who had fallen down steps was transported from Whangamata to Auckland City Hospital.

10/12/06 New Zealand Police tasked the helicopter to Piha for a visual search after a person had fallen off Lion Rock.

10/12/06 The helicopter was tasked to Ararimu. Stood down before take off.

10/12/06 New Zealand Police tasked the helicopter to Kawakawa Bay to people missing in the water. Stood down by Police.


ENDS

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