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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He noted that this was the 17th mercy flight to help ailing Orang Asli in the Gua Musang interiors during the first six months of this year.
A young woman who fell ill in Thailand is back home in Paisley after a successful mercy flight.
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.
Originally written as a cartoon series by a father for his daughter, "Adventures of Lil' Cub in 'Mercy Flight'" is a story about a friendly little Piper Cub Airplane who has adventures learning about the wonderful world of flying.
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.