Ruan Roberts, the Urlings fisherman who was recently medically airlifted to Guadeloupe by CalvinAir Helicopters has returned home.
After performing the emergency medical evacuation of an Old Road resident, just over a month ago, CalvinAir Helicopters was once again taking the exact half-hour flight route to Guadeloupe for the same purpose.
A 53-year-old, Old Road fisherman is currently undergoing hyperbaric treatment for decompression sickness at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (University Hospital Center) in Guadeloupe, after being medically evacuated to the neighbouring island by CalvinAir Helicopters.
The search for missing Willikies teen Shamar Harrigan was yesterday joined by CalvinAir helicopters scouring Antigua’s east coast from the air.
A 41 year-old Codrington man, who was medevac’d by CalvinAir Helicopters (CAH) after developing serious medical complications, is recovering well at the Sir Lester Bird Mount St John’s Medical Centre (SLBMSJMC).
A Barbudan teen is now doing much better, after experiencing a medical emergency on the sister isle on Thursday, June 3. Fourteen year-old Patrice Jeffrey and her mom, Ionie Jeffrey, spent a tiring 24-hours at the Hanna Thomas Hospital, where the teen’s condition was considered serious enough for Head Resident Doctor, Dr. Jeremy Deazel, to recommend that she be medevac’d to the Mt. St. John’s Medical Centre.
A young mother is breathing a sigh of relief after a frightening experience that resulted in CalvinAir Helicopters (CAH) having to provide medical emergency airlift of her one year-old daughter from Barbuda, to the Mount St John’s Medical Centre (MSJMC).
A helicopter flyover- made possible through CalvinAir Helicopters – facilitated the reunion, and while still a distance apart, it was an emotional reconnection – one that Observer was present to witness.
The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) Coordinating Unit, has selected CalvinAir Helicopters (CAH) as the top helicopter operator in the Caribbean to carry out the work of assisting scientists with monitoring the La Soufriere volcanic activity in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
When disaster strikes at sea, every second counts in bringing those on board to safety.