STARS Air Ambulance Performs Mock Rescue

STARS Air Ambulance Performs Mock Rescue

STARS Air Ambulance
STARS air ambulance conducts a mock rescue exercise at St. Andrews Airport on Saturday, March 9, 2013. (STAN MILOSEVIC / CHRISD.CA)

The STARS air ambulance crew showed off what they do on a daily basis during a landing zone training exercise on Saturday north of Winnipeg.

STARS personnel conducted the mock rescue at the St. Andrews Airport involving a staged car accident. The exercise included firefighters securing the scene and guiding the helicopter to land and safely rescue the patient from within a wrecked vehicle. Rescue workers conducted three take-offs and landings as part of the exercise.

The STARS air medical crew is on call 24/7 and can be dispatched within eight minutes from either their Winnipeg or Saskatoon base.

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