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Community Notices

COROMANDEL RESCUE MISSIONS

For the Auckland & Coromandel Westpac Rescue Helicopters 1-31 March 2024
 |  The Informer  | 

04.03 Whitianga A boy involved in an accident while playing. He was flown to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

07.03 Kennedy Bay A male patient in his 60s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown to Waikato Hospital in a serious condition.

09.03 Cooks Beach A male patient in his teens involved in a motor vehicle accident. Transportation to hospital by helicopter wasn’t required.

09.03 Whitianga A female patient in her 70s suffering a medical condition. She was flown to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition.

11.03 Whenuakite A female patient in her 30s suffering a medical complaint. She was flown to Thames Hospital in a moderate condition.

22.03 Thames A male patient involved in car versus pedestrian accident. Unfortunately, the patient died.

22.03 Thames A motor vehicle accident. Crew were stood down and returned to base.

27.03 Thames Assist with the interhospital transfer of a male patient in his 70s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown from Thames Hospital to Waikato Hospital in a serious condition.

28.03 Whitianga Assist a female patient in her 60’s suffering a fall from standing height. She was flown to Waikato Hospital both in a moderate condition.

29.03 Kereta Crew tasked by police to assist with the search and rescue of a male patient in his 30s stranded on a rock while fishing. He needed to be extracted by winch and was in a minor condition. Transportation to hospital by helicopter wasn’t required.

30.03 Cooks Beach Assist a boy suffering a severe allergic reaction to a bee sting. He was flown to Thames Hospital in a moderate condition.

31.03 Pauanui Assist a male patient in his 50s suffering a walking injury. He needed to be extracted by winch and was flown to Thames Hospital in a minor condition.

31.03 Pinnacles Assist a female patient in her 20s suffering a medical complaint. She needed to be extracted by winch and was flown to Auckland City Hospital in a minor condition.