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ADP airlifts six citizens to three hospitals

Abu Dhabi, August 5, 2014

An air ambulance from the Abu Dhabi Police (ADP) airlifted six injured people, in different humanitarian missions, to hospitals in the UAE.

The paramedics on-board the air ambulance provided necessary medical treatment to three patients, two of them children, who had sustained injuries in a car accident.

In the first case, the air ambulance transferred two Emirati children from Ibri Hospital in Oman to Tawam Hospital in Al Ain. The children, aged 10 and 12, had sustained injuries in a traffic accident in Ibri while traveling to Salalah with their family.

In a separate mission, the air ambulance flew a 30-year-old woman, with poor health conditions, from the same family to Tawam hospital.

In another case, the air ambulance of the ADP Air Wing department airlifted a 37-year-old Emirati man in poor health from Ruwais Hospital to Sheikh Khalifa Hospital in Abu Dhabi

In two separate cases, the air ambulance of the ADP Air Wing department transported two individuals from Delma Hospital to Al Mafraq Hospital in Abu Dhabi. The 18-year-old and 78-year-old Emirati men were both suffering from poor health conditions. – TradeArabia News Service




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