Incident Round-Up: April 20-22


Here are some of the incidents we attended this weekend: On Friday at 5pm we were called to Broomhaugh, Northumberland, where a man, believed to be in his 40s, sustained burns from a BBQ.

Here are some of the incidents we attended this weekend:

On Friday at 5pm we were called to Broomhaugh, Northumberland, where a man, believed to be in his 40s, sustained burns from a BBQ. The patient was assessed and treated by the GNAAS paramedic and doctor team and flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. The flight took seven minutes and he arrived in a serious but stable condition.

Later at 5.40pm we were called to the A591, Bothel, Cumbria, where a van had crashed into a tree. A man, believed to be in his 50s, sustained leg injuries and was assessed and treated by the GNAAS doctor-led trauma team before being flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary. The flight took 25 minutes and he arrived in a stable condition.

On Saturday at 9.50am we were called to Crook, County Durham where a man, believed to be in his 50s, was in cardiac arrest. The patient was assessed and treated by the GNAAS paramedic and doctor team and flown to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. The flight took 11 minutes and he arrived in a critical condition.

Then at 1.55pm we were called to north of Barnard Castle, where two people on a motorcycle had crashed into a wall. The GNAAS paramedic and doctor team assessed and treated a woman, believed to be in her 30s, and a man, believed to be in his 40s. The man was flown to James Cook University Hospital in 16 minutes, before the crew returned to the scene and airlifted the woman to the same hospital in 10 minutes. They were both stable on arrival.

On Sunday at 12.47pm we were called to near Birtley, Tyne & Wear, where a woman, believed to be in her 20s, had fallen off her horse. She was treated on scene by the GNAAS paramedic and doctor team before being taken to hospital by a North East Ambulance Service road crew.

At 1.25pm we were called to Blyth, Northumberland, where a woman, believed to be in her 20s, was involved in a collision between a car and a van. The patient sustained chest and back injuries and was assessed and treated by the GNAAS paramedic and doctor team before being flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. The flight took eight minutes and she arrived in a stable condition.

At 5pm our crew at Durham Tees Valley Airport were called to Annfield Plain, County Durham, where a man, believed to be in his 50s, was in cardiac arrest. He was assessed and treated by the GNAAS paramedic and doctor team before being flown to the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle. The flight took seven minutes and he arrived in a critical but stable condition.

At 5pm our crew at Langwathby were called to Coniston, Cumbria, where a woman, believed to be in her 20s, had fallen from a tree. She was assessed and treated by a GNAAS paramedic and doctor team before being taken to Furness General Hospital in Barrow-in-Furness by a North West Ambulance Service road crew.

At 7.45pm we were called to Spennymoor where a woman, believed to be in her 40s, was in cardiac arrest. Our pilot landed in a play park. After extensive treatment on scene, the patient was flown to James Cook University Hospital. The flight took eight minutes and she arrived in a critical condition.

 

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