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Old 07-19-2005, 11:03   #1 (permalink)
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Billing Offroad course accident?

Hi all, does anyone know how the driver/passengers are that were involved in
the R/R accident at Billing?

Just wondered cos they don't get the air ambo in for nowt, and am concerned
for our fellow Landyites.

Cheers, Roy.
Daihatsu powered 90.


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Old 07-19-2005, 13:03   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Billing Offroad course accident?

> Just wondered cos they don't get the air ambo in for nowt, and am
> concerned for our fellow Landyites.


I cant answer your original query, but up here in the North West, the Air
Ambulance will be dispatched to RTA's, Off road incidents, major incidents
and other difficult access incidents as a matter of course. No matter how
minor or major the injuries are. Its sometimes a quicker way to get advances
medical aid to the scene of an accident, rather than wait for a land
ambulance.

dave


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Old 07-19-2005, 13:03   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Billing Offroad course accident?


"Dave H" <bmrt@aralc.net> wrote in message
news:1121798033.6027.0@ersa.uk.clara.net...
>> Just wondered cos they don't get the air ambo in for
>> nowt, and am concerned for our fellow Landyites.

>
> I cant answer your original query, but up here in the
> North West, the Air Ambulance will be dispatched to RTA's,
> Off road incidents, major incidents and other difficult
> access incidents as a matter of course. No matter how
> minor or major the injuries are. Its sometimes a quicker
> way to get advances medical aid to the scene of an
> accident, rather than wait for a land ambulance.
>
> dave


Slightly different here in Norfolk. We had a friend doing
some tree work in our garden. He slipped and the chainsaw
went into his wrist doing a lot of damage. Wife got to him
to stop the bleeding whilst I went call 999. Got apologies
about the delay in answering my call - it seemed like a
lifetime..... Anyway minutes later the air ambulance was
hovering overhead. We signalled to let him know he was in
the correct location. The paramedics arrived and they
contacted the air ambulance and made the necessary
arrangements. It is policy for the accident to be evaluated
by the ground crew before the air ambulance will land. In
the heat of the moment I never got round to asking why.

It was touch and go but the hand was saved. Six months later
he came and finished the job! I've not been near a chainsaw
since......

Richard


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