Out of all of the incidents we attended during 2016, this is how they break down: 40% Road, 25% Medical e.g. cardiac, 17% Agricultural and Industrial, 9% Sports & Leisure, including horse riding, and 9% falls.

Here are just some of the incidents our amazing crew have attended over the past 12 months:

So far in May 2017 our crew had been dispatched to:

7 road traffic collisions

3 medical incidents

A fire

A suspected cardiac arrest

An air sport accident

Patients were airlifted following RTCs

April 2017

The crew responded to 22 road traffic collisions and 11 suspected cardiac arrests. They were also dispatched to a variety of incidents including falls, fires, people who had collapsed, motor sport accidents, a horse riding accident, a DIY accident and several other medical incidents.

Patients were airlifted following road traffic collisions, suspected cardiac arrests, falls, horse riding accidents and a fire.

March 2017

The crew responded to 28 road traffic collisions in March. They were also dispatched to a variety of incidents including suspected cardiac arrests, horse riding accidents, DIY accidents, falls, a swimming accident, a rugby accident, a farming accident, a quad bike accident and suspected assaults.

Patients were airlifted following road traffic collisions and a horse riding accident.

February 2017

The crew responded to 7 suspected cardiac arrests, 14 patients who had collapsed and 23 road traffic collisions. They were also dispatched to a variety of incidents including horse riding incidents, a dog bite, a suspected assault, an industrial accident, falls and other medical incidents.

Patients were airlifted following road traffic collisions, medical collapses, an industrial accident and a fall.

January 2017

The crew responded to 27 patients who had collapsed and 23 road traffic collisions. They were also dispatched to a variety of incidents including motor sports incidents, sporting injuries, suspected cardiac arrests, horse riding incidents, falls, DIY accidents, an alleged assault and the victim of a dog bite.

Patients were airlifted following road traffic collisions, medical collapses, sporting accidents, cardiac arrests, horse riding accidents, falls, a DIY accident and a dog bite.

December 2016

The crew responded to 18 road traffic collisions and 14 collapses. They were also dispatched to a variety of incidents including horse riding accidents, falls, medical incidents, suspected cardiac arrests, a climbing accident and a patient with breathing difficulties.

Patients were airlifted following road traffic collisions, a moto cross accident, horse riding incidents, a fall, industrial incidents and an alleged assault. The Ambucopter also attended a PR event to help raise the profile of the Charity.

November 2016

The crew were dispatched to 24 road traffic collisions – 5 involving lorries, and transported patients from 3 of these to Major Trauma Centres. The crew also responded to 11 incidents where patients had collapsed – transporting 2 patients to hospital.

Patients were also airlifted following cardiac arrests and a fall and the crew responded to various incidents including cardiac arrests, horse riding incidents, falls and a farming incident.

October 2016

The Ambucopter airlifted 8 patients to a Major Trauma Centre following road traffic collisions and assisted at a further 8 collisions. Six patients in cardiac arrest were flown to hospital and a further 6 suspected cardiac arrests responded to.

Patients were also airlifted following a horse riding accident, a medical collapse, industrial accidents and falls. The crew also responded to a horse riding accident, a medical collapse, falls, a DIY accident, an assault and a burns patient.

September 2016

The Ambucopter airlifted 8 patients to a Major Trauma Centre following road traffic collisions and assisted at a further 5 collisions.

Several patients were airlifted following a parachuting accident, 5 cardiac arrest patients were transported to Lincoln Heart Centre, a patient was transported to their nearest hospital for an urgent blood transfusion and a patient with facial injuries was airlifted to a Major Trauma Centre.

The crew also responded to horse riding incidents, a football incident, a fell walking incident, suspected cardiac arrests, falls, medical collapses,

August 2016

Three patients suffering from cardiac arrests were airlifted to Lincoln Heart Centre. The crew also assisted at a further 9 suspected cardiac arrests. Eight patients were airlifted to Major Trauma Centres following road traffic collisions and a further 8 collisions were attended.

The crew assisted other emergency services at various incidents including horse riding incidents, farming incidents, falls, an anaphylactic shock, a knife injury and an arm injury.

The Ambucopter also transported patients to hospital following farming and horse riding incidents and patients who had fallen from a significant height.

July 2016

The Ambucopter airlifted 11 patients to a Major Trauma Centre following road traffic collisions and assisted at a further 15 collisions, a cycling accident and a motor cross accident. Patients were also airlifted following farming incidents and a cardiac arrest.

The crew also responded to 6 suspected cardiac arrests, a patient with a severe head injury and a patient who had fallen more than 6ft.

June 2016

The Ambucopter airlifted 12 patients to a Major Trauma Centre following road traffic collisions and assisted at a further 15 collisions and a motor sport accident.

Six patients with suspected cardiac arrests were airlifted to specialist units and patients were airlifted to hospital following a horse riding incident and a fall from more than 6 feet.

The crew also responded to a patient who had been stabbed, a patient suffering severe burns and a patient who had been involved in a DIY accident.

May 2016

The majority of patients airlifted were those involved in road traffic collisions and falls from significant heights, followed by farming accidents. A patient was also airlifted to Lincoln Heart Centre.

The crew assisted other emergency services at the scene of a variety of incidents, including road traffic collisions, cardiac arrests, industrial incidents, a DIY accident, horse riding accident and falls.

They also responded to a patient who had been stabbed, a patient suffering from multiple seizures, a patient suffering from scalds, a patient with severe facial injuries and an aircraft in distress.

 

 

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