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Latest Airambulance News From Around the World


We bring you the latest airambulance news from around the world from time to time. While daring rescues are part of airambulance industry, some rescues stand apart and we bring such news to you. Then, there are other newsworthy items that catch the interest. Here we bring you a few of those.

EagleMed Airambulance to Manage LifeFlight in Alaska

The airambulance giant, EagleMed has got into an agreement with Alaska Regional Hospital. The company would now be managing LifeFlight, which provides airambulance services for the hospital. LifeFlight was Alaska’s first air ambulance service provider to meet the national standards. EagleMed Airambulance already has a fleet of 15 highly equipped aircrafts.

Prince Willam Participates in Airambulance Rescues

It has been William’s first week and he already seems busy saving life. After the first false-alarm, that we reported earlier, he has been a part of quite a few rescue missions. His first real mission was Garboldisham, Norfolk. After that, he was part of air ambulance rescues in Felixstowe, Colchester and Wisbech. Although not many details about the rescues have been made public due to patient confidentiality, it is believed that the airambulance rescue in Felixstowe involved a 50-year-old victim of cardiac arrest.

Colorful Airambulance Rescue in New Zealand

What is out of routine about an airambulance carrying a toddler? Daniel who is 4 months old was carried to Starship Hospital in Auckland via an airambulance painted to look like a rocket ship. The infant has a medical condition that prevents him from breathing when he is asleep. The parents were elated to have their child back in their arms and were certainly amused looking at the unique air ambulance vehicle.

Airambulance Rescues Victim in Benicia, California

The scene involved multi-vehicle crash on Interstate-680. The road accident stalled traffic for about 15 minutes. Within this time, the chopper responded to the emergency, landed on the highway, loaded the patient and carried him to Walnut Creek’s John Muir Medical Center. The condition of the victim remained unknown.

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