On Friday morning the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and Critical Care Medical Team was tasked to the Narrabri Hospital to assist hospital staff with a new born baby suffering medical complications.
The new born was stabilised the before being flown direct to Sydney for ongoing specialist treatment.
Early Friday afternoon the helicopter was tasked by Ambulance NSW to a Rowena property where a 26 year old male suffered serious facial and head injuries after being kicked in the head by a cow.
Ambulance Paramedics attended the property and began treatment of the man prior to transporting him to Merrywinebone where the Westpac helicopter and Critical Care Medical Team rendezvoused with the patient.
He was stabilised prior to being flown direct to the Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital in a stable condition.
Just after midday on Saturday the helicopter had been initially tasked to an urgent medical transfer from Moree Hospital to a male who had suffered injuries in a fall from a roof.
The helicopter was diverted on arrival to a property in the Moree area where it was reported that a 10 year-old male had suffered serious injuries in a motorbike accident. Paramedics and the Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team stabilised the young patient who suffered serious multiple injuries. He was airlifted to Tamworth in a serious condition for further specialist treatment
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter flew to a property at Carrol on Sunday responding to a report of a person who had come off his bike at approximately 80kmh and hit a barbed wire fence. Paramedics and the Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team treated and stabilised a 13 year old boy for multiple injuries and severe lacerations. He was airlifted to the John Hunter Hospital in a stable condition for specialist treatmentTo order photos from this page click here