The Coast Guard is reporting a medical evacuation of two passengers off the Norwegian Gem. The rescue occurred early morning on July 24, 2016. The cruise ship contacted sector Hampton Roads Command Center in Portsmouth and notified it that the two passengers were experiencing “medical complications”. The liner was about 75 miles northeast of Cape Henry at the time of the emergency. The medical rescue was executed by a MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew and assisted by a C-130 Hercules aircraft crew from Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Both men were hoisted on board the helicopter shortly after 5 a.m.
Coast guard reported medical evacuation two passengers off Norway gems. Rescue occurred on July 24, 2016. Cruise contact Hampton Roads command center in Portsmouth, notice that two passengers were experiencing “complications”. Liner at Cape Henry, about 75 miles northeast of emergencies. Medical assistance is carried out by MH 60 Jayhawk helicopter crew, and assisted by the C-130 Hercules aircraft crew from air station Elizabeth City, North Carolina. 5 this morning shortly after two crane helicopter
Passengers were flown to Norfolk, forest talanuofuke General Hospital for treatment. Norway gems by the Miami, Florida based on Norway cruises.
Defense Imagery and Video System reports that the U.S. Coast Guard medevaced a 74 year old passenger from the Carnival Breeze on July 18, 2016. The Coast Guard Command center received a call around 3:20 p.m. reporting that a man was unconscious and had been revived by Carnival medical staff. The cruise ship was approximately 379 miles southwest of St. Petersburg, Florida.
United States Coast Guard on July 18, 2016 medevaced 74 year old passenger from Carnival breeze defense image and video system reports. Coast Guard Command Center received about 3:20 speakers in the afternoon was unconscious and medical staff had resumed by Carnival. Cruiser is about 379 miles southwest of Saint Petersburg, Florida.
The helicopter crew arrived about 8 pm, flying men and he flew to Tampa General Hospital, where he arrived at about midnight. According to reports, after the arrival of the man in stable condition.
Cruise companies often boast about their medical facilities to provide similar quality standards, to medical facilities ashore. However, more often the passenger to be medevaced to hospital for further treatment. To underline how crucial the ships medical staff to assess emergency medical evacuation of patients in a timely manner may take a lot of time, could be crucial if the event of a serious injury or illness.
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Coast Guard to the couriers 379 miles southwest of Saint Petersburg, July 19, 2016
The Coast Guard reports that an aircrew from its Sitka Alaska Air Station medevaced a passenger from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship last Tuesday. The 17th District Command Center was informed by the master of the Explorer of the Seas that a 57-year-old passenger was experiencing stroke-like symptoms and requested that he be medevaced to a land-based hospital. The Coast Guard’s duty flight surgeon was consulted and recommended the medevac. The aircrew met the cruise ship in the Chatham Straight near Sitka and hoisted the man onto the rescue helicopter. The passenger was then transported to Sitka where he was met by awaiting emergency medical services personnel.
Reported that crews from the coast guard medevaced from Sitka Alaska Air Force Base Tuesday on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship passengers. 17 sea explorers, master of the regional command center was informed that 57 passengers were experiencing stroke-like symptoms, and asked him to be medevaced to a land hospital. Duties of the coast guard flight surgeon consultation recommends that the medical evacuation. Flight crew encountered a cruise ship in Chatham near Sitka and flying rescue helicopters on people. Passenger transport to Sitka where he was waiting for emergency medical service personnel.
Petty Officer first class Trevor Frommherz for Coast Guard District 17 Watchstander said in a news release, “summer activities on the water, and also our crew day and night stand guard. “” Safety person from a cruise ship though Alaskan weather is often unpredictable in distress is proof of the capability of our men and women training every day. ” Lucky is that medical evacuations when there is clear weather conditions.
Have been no further reports of passengers ‘ conditions.
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A 4 year old girl drowned at the Grand Seas Resort near Daytona Beach, Florida. On June 2, 2016 Hailey R. Stanley of Macon, Georgia was on vacation with family spending time at the resort pool when another hotel guest spotted her at the bottom. That guest jumped in to rescue her and other guests immediately began administering CPR. Fire crews arrived shortly after 12:10 p.m. and continued CPR while rushing the toddler to Florida Hospital Oceanside, in Ormond Beach where the young girl was pronounced dead.
A 4-year old girl drowned in Daytona Beach, Florida hotel near. On June 2, 2016 Haley · Stanley’s Macon, Georgia at that time and the family took the time to go on vacation at the resort pool, another hotel guest discovered her on the bottom. The guests jumped to save her, other guests started CPR immediately. 12:10 firefighters arrived this afternoon shortly after and continued CPR on the toddler to Florida Hospital Oceanside Ormond Beach where the young girl was pronounced dead.
Police accident reports show that the young girl in her 28 year old cousin to look after. Toddler finally appeared in the kiddie pool, but she wandered over to a slide at a time, into a deeper pool was seen motionless at the bottom of the girl. It is not clear from media reports, is a lifeguard on duty at that time as a tourist destination.
Florida national leader in the highest rate of drowning deaths of children ages 1 to 4. Child drowning, known as “everyone was watching, no one” situation occurs when a tragic trend pool is crowded and administrators bear eyes are everywhere. The majority of drowning victims not to begin screaming and splashing. Distress often begins under the water where no one can hear or see a child in danger until it is too late.
For a second consecutive year the Coast Guard has ordered an expanded 15-knot (17mph) speed limit for large areas of Biscayne Bay on July 4th. The temporary slow speed zone includes the areas between Turkey Point and the Julia Tuttle Causeway. This safety measure is a direct result from multiple July 4th boat accidents including the deadly accident in 2014 where four people died in a collision near Dinner Key in Coconut Grove. The slow speed zone will be in effect from 7 p.m. until 11:59 p.m. The Coast Guard along with Florida and local law enforcement agencies will have an increased presence during the period to ensure boater safety while transiting the bay during night hours. Below is a chart showing the expanded slow speed zone.
Two years in a row on July 4, the coast guard ordered the Biscayne Bay area 15-knot (17 mph) speed limit. Temporarily slow speed zones including the Turkey point and Julia · Tuttle Causeway between regions. This security measure is from July 4 in 2014, four people, including a fatal accident the ship died in the accident near dinner key in Coconut Grove a direct result of the conflict. Slow zone will be in effect from 7 pm until 11:59 afternoon, the coast guard and Florida and local law enforcement agencies in ensuring Boater safety during the evening hours when Bay have increased. Below is a chart showing slower expansion area.
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