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Air Ambulance International Evacuates 15-Month-Old Child From Alexandria, Louisiana To Houston
Suffering from a chronic pulmonary condition and breathing with a ventilator, this baby was airlifted from Bienville Medical Center to Texas Children's Hospital.
By: Air Ambulance International
"We have been receiving a high volume of calls from the hurricane afflicted regions but this is one of several missions. We anticipate doing several more flights in the immediate future", said Peter Veazey, Air Ambulance International's Operations Director and CEO.
Air Ambulance International launched an aeromedically equipped Lear 35A air ambulance staffed with a critical care flight nurse and critical care flight paramedic. The aircraft is scheduled to touch down in Alexandria at 5:28 pm CST and the flight time to Houston is expected to be three hours in duration. Both of the child's parents will be onboard the aircraft also. The initial mission plan anticipates arriving in Houston at 7:30 p.m. HST.
Air Ambulance International, now in its mre than 30 years of operation, offers emergency and non-emergency fixed-wing air ambulance services throughout the world. Based in the Houston area, Air Ambulance International flies sick and injured patients both domestically and internationally. The company's aircraft are staffed with specially trained flight paramedics, critical care flight nurses, and flight physicians utilizing the latest biomedical equipment. In addition, Air Ambulance International provides aircraft and emergency equipped private ambulances to provide air and ground transportation to organ procurement teams throughout the Midwest United States. For more information, visit http://www.airambulanceinternational.com/
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