Helicopter rescue saves lives of 2 Emiratis

Air Wing Department’s helicopter transported both to the nearest hospitals in the UAE. (Supplied)

The Abu Dhabi Police Air Wing Department’s helicopter transported an elderly Emirati man and an elderly Emirati woman in two separate missions.

The first mission was in Sahar in the Sultanate of Oman, while the other was in the Delma area in the Western Region (Al Gharbia).

The Air Wing Department’s helicopter transported both to the nearest hospitals in the UAE, as their health situations were critical.

The Abu Dhabi Police Air Wing Department’s medical staff administered the necessary medical procedures to stabilise the situation of both patients.

Earlier, the operation room received a notification about an elderly Emirati woman, aged 55, in Sahar Hospital in Oman. The helicopter took off at 9am to Oman, as the woman required immediate air transport due to her medical situation. The woman was taken to Rashid Hospital in Dubai at 3 pm to proceed with the necessary medical treatments.

On the second mission, the helicopter took off at 9 am to transport an elderly Emirati man, aged 69, from Delma Hospital in the Western Region to Sheikh Khalifa Hospital in Abu Dhabi.

The mission took place at 12 pm, after the operation room received a notification about an elderly man that was in a critical medical situation in the Western Region.

The helicopter flew to the hospital, where the medical staff administered the necessary medical procedures to stabilise the patient and then transported him to Sheikh Khalifa Hospital to proceed with the necessary medical treatment.

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