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Three men have been rescued on a tiny desert island of the Pacific after writing SOS in the sand. The giant SOS was seen from the sky by the Australian and US Defence aircraft.
Mountain Rescue teams intervene in dangerous places and often to save human beings. However, this time, in the UK, SAR teams turned out to rescue a St Bernard dog in difficulty.
A helicopter of the Wiltshire Air Ambulance has been hit by a laser light while the medical crew was getting back at the base. It happened Saturday evening.
London's Air Ambulance: Prince William allows the helicopters to land in Kensington Palace to refuel
As the coronavirus continues its race in the UK, EMS has to consider other cases of emergency, too. Especially for critical care, the air ambulance helicopters have the provide a high-performance. That's why Prince William allowed London's…
India is loosing its anti-coronavirus measures in the orange and green areas of the country. There still are many doubts about the number of infections. However, morale is quite high and the Indian Government decided to thank all medics,…
News about fires that are devastating Australia has gradually gone in the background without gaining much attention. But Australian Firefighters never quitted.
How managing patients and therapeutic measurement executed during air ambulance operation can improve training, protocols, and management decisions? The current study aimed at investigating the dispatch criteria and the way of handling…
The Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment program saw great participation of avalanche search and rescue dogs with their handlers in order to carry out training sessions.
HEMS is a very important topic and Airbus Helicopters is one of the main players in this field. Its helicopters like the H145 are famous all over the world. Now Airbus Helicopters is landing in Italy in order to be part of its market. What…
The new Airbus H145 lands on top of the Andes, thanks to its innovative five-bladed rotor