Friday 19 April – A66, Bassenthwaite On Friday our critical care team from Langwathby were activated at 1pm to the A66, Bassenthwaite. After arriving on scene, our critical care team from Durham Tees Valley Airport was also activated to the same incident. Both teams assessed and treated patients before airlifting them to hospital. Sadly, one … Continued
Monday 15 April – Heighton, Darlington We were activated at 8.11am to Heighington, Darlington. Our paramedic and doctor team assessed and treated a patient before they were taken to hospital by a North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) road crew accompanied by our team. Incident timeline: 08:11 Mobile to incident from Durham Tees Valley Airport 08:17 … Continued
Saturday 13 April – Theakston, Hambleton On Saturday we were activated at 7.56am to Theakston, Hambleton. Our paramedic and doctor team assessed and treated a patient and they were flown to hospital. Incident timeline: 07:56 Mobile to incident from Durham Tees Valley Airport 08:08 On scene 09:10 Take off from scene, transporting patient by air 09:22 Arrive … Continued
Our teams in both Cumbrian and North-East bases had a relatively busy time as much of the region had some dry weather over the weekend. Some of the places we were called out to: *Darlington *Black Sail Pass, Ennerdale *Seaton, County Durham *Hartsop, Penrith *Sedgefield, County Durham *South Shields *Beattock, Dumfries and Galloway Saturday 6 … Continued
*Barton, Eden *Seaton Delaval, Northumberland *Leadgate, County Durham *Pennington, Ulverston *Bishop Auckland *Sledmere, East Riding of Yorkshire *Hamsterley, County Durham *Heysham, Lancashire Lots of flying, lots of work, but glad we could be out there when those people needed us most.
Today we were activated at 12.22pm to reports of an adult who had fallen in Millom. Our GNAAS paramedic and doctor team arrived on scene at 12.43pm and assessed and treated a patient. At 1.20pm we airlifted the patient to Royal Preston Hospital with a flight time of 19 minutes. Our aircraft was then refuelled … Continued