mercy flight


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mercy flight

n
an aircraft flight to bring a seriously ill or injured person to hospital from an isolated community
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The DFA negotiated with Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines to provide mercy flight for 730 returning OFWs.
The day-long conference, hosted by Mercy Flight Central and Finger Lakes Ambulance, brings together emergency medical providers to discuss issues affecting first responders, including sepsis, pain management, and epilepsy.
A BBC World Service message advised all foreigners in Kuwait to try and reach Baghdad for a mercy flight out.
Park (LNA) in my Twin Comanche during a Mercy Flight mission the day after reading the article.
Once there, she was transferred to a Mercy Flight helicopter and flown to Erie County Medical Center for further medical treatment.
Vehicles were staged to depict a serious two-car collision; NYSP helicopters were used for air support; volunteers used makeup to appear critically injured; and Mercy Flight arrived to transport victims to area hospitals.
The mercy flight follows the Iraqi parliament''s decision to back President Hussein''s call to allow all foreign hostages to leave.
Lacierda said the mercy flight will be bringing in loads of bottled water together with the relief packages.
Mercy Flight Southeast, a US-based non-profit organisation coordinating with volunteer pilots for public benefit flying, has launched a new donor support network named MercyMiles.