After scouring all the air ambulance videos that YouTube had to offer, I stumbled upon this little-viewed video uploaded by Thomas MacDonald. The video documents an air ambulance that has landed at a local park not to pick up the patient, but apparently to fly in an anesthetist for the ground EMS crew.
The air ambulance then lifts off the grass and ascends into the sky, ready for its next mission.
It’s always great to see air and ground working together to help provide emergency care to a patient. In the world of emergency medicine, that’s a valuable synergy.
The video is about 3 and a half minutes long, but if you want to skip right to the actual liftoff, you can jump right to about 3:00.
Surprisingly, this little video has been online for over 2 weeks and has only 2 views. Let’s change that!
On a side note, can anyone identify the company/model of helicopter of the white and blue air ambulance in the video? We’re curious if any of our readers know the answer.
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