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Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter - 13 & 14/1/13

Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter - daily missions

Please note that the two missions on 13 January were added late, so are additional to the missions sent yesterday.

TIMEHLN/HKZLOCATIONMISSION
13 JANUARY 2012
1.31 pmTANGO CARWhitiangaCalled by Ambulance to a BMX track in Whitianga where a male patient had fallen from his bike onto his right shoulder. Westpac Crew treated until an Ambulance arrived. Ambulance transported patient to hospital.
4.10 pmHLNColvilleFlew to Colville to uplift a female who had suffered burns to her hand after an accident on board a boat. Patient was transported to Waikato 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.
8.19 pmHLNWaihiResponded to Waihi Beach for a male child who had fallen from his bike and suffered an injury. The patient was flown in a Status 2 condition to Tauranga Hospital.

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