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:

March 2017

Airlifted 9 patients to Major Trauma Centres following road traffic collisions

Dispached to a further 19 road traffic collisions

Airlifted a patient to a Major Trauma Centre following a horse riding accident

Assisted at another horse riding accident

Airlifted a patient to a specialist unit after a DIY accident

Assisted at a suspected cardiac arrest

Assisted at an incident where a patient had fallen

Called to 2 incidents where patients had collapsed

Assisted at 5 medical incidents

Assisted at a swimming accident

Dispached to a rugby accident

Dispached to a farming incident

Dispached to a quad biking accident

Assisted at 2 suspected assaults

Attended a PR event

February 2017

Airlifted 5 patients to Major Trauma Centres following road traffic collisions

Assisted at 18 road traffic collisions

Airlifted a cardiac arrest patient to a Specialist Heart Centre

Assisted at a further 6 suspected cardiac arrests

Transported a patient who had collapsed to hospital

Assisted at a further 13 incidents where a patient had collapsed

Asssisted at an incident where a patient had been bitten by a dog

Asssited at a horse riding accident

Assisted at a suspected assault

Airlifted a patient to a specialist hospital following an industrial incident

Attended a further 2 industrial incidents

Airlifted a patient to a Major Trauma Centre following a fall

Assisted at 4 incidents where patients had fallen

Assisted at 7 medical incidents

Assisted at an incident with an epileptic patient

Attended a PR event

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.

April 2016

The majority of patients airlifted were those involved in road traffic collisions (1 motorcyclist, 2 cyclists and 5 people from cars), followed by cardiac arrests. Other airlifts included a horse riding accident, a DIY accident and a fall. A patient was also transferred for immediate life-saving surgery at a specialist hospital

The crew also assisted other emergency services at the scene of a variety of incidents, including road traffic collisions, cardiac arrests, an industrial incident, a diabetic emergency and several falls from various heights.

 

 

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