Seriously ill child flown from Vladimir to Moscow

Russia’s Russian Emergency Control Ministry (EMERCOM) has reported that its BO-105 helicopter has successfully carried out the medical evacuation of a child who was severely injured in the collision between a passenger train and a bus that occurred on 6 October in Petushki District, Vladimir Region.

The patient was transported from Vladimir to Moscow in order to access advanced medical care at the Research Institute for Emergency Children’s Surgery and Traumatology.

The helicopter crew included medical specialists from the Healthcare Ministry’s All-Russian Disaster Medicine Centre Zashchita, and from the Moscow Healthcare Department’s Research institute for Emergency Children’s Surgery and Traumatology.

 

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