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Auckland Rescue Helicopter - daily missions 11-14/1/13

Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter - daily missions

11 JANUARY 2013
10.00 amHKZWaikatoOrgan retrieval from Waikato Hospital.
12.12 pmHLNWaihekeCalled to a patient suffering abdominal pain. Transported 1 x Status 2 female to ACH.
1.17 pmHKZWaihekeCalled to a male patient suffering an allergic reaction and transported him to ACH.
4.37 pmHKZWaihekeCalled to Waiheke to a male patient who had suffered a wound to his chest. Transported the Status 2 patient to ACH.
7.29 pmHKZGreat BarrierCalled to Great Barrier to a female patient suffering stroke-like symptoms. Transported the patient in a Status 3 condition to North Shore Hospital.
9.08 pmHKZWaihekeCalled whilst on a previous task. Advised of a male patient with medical issues. Transported patient in a Status 2 condition to ACH.
12 JANUARY 2013
2.39 amHLNWhitiangaCalled to Whitianga to a patient suffering a head injury following an assault. Transported patient and friend to Waikato Hospital.
3.07 pmHKZWaihekeCalled to Waiheke to uplift a female suffering chest pains. She was transported to ACH in a Status 2 condition.
4.28 pmHLNCoromandelCalled to Coromandel to uplift a child who had accidentally swallowed some medication. Transported child and mother to Starship Hospital.
9.25 pmHKZWhakataneAdult retrieval for an elderly male patient who had been run over by a tractor. Picked up equipment and Lifelight staff from Auckland Airport. Transported team to Whakatane Hospital. Transported team and patient to ACH.
13 JANUARY 2012
1.47 amHLNPipiroaFlew to State Highway 2 to a motor vehicle accident involving two patients. Transported 2 x male patients to ACH, both in a Status 2 condition.
11.15 amHKZWaihekeCalled to Waiheke to a male patient suffering chest pains. Transported him in a Status 2 condition to ACH.
2.14 pmHKZMangakuraResponded to a motor cross accident. Transported a male patient to hospital in a Status 3 condition.
14 JANUARY 2013
2.24 amHKZWaihekeResponded to Waiheke to a male child with a fever. Transported him to hospital in a Status 3 condition.


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