ALASKA FISHERMAN SUFFERS HEAD INJURY ABOARD F/V BERING HUNTER

  The Coast Guard has medical evacuated a crewman from the fishing vessel Bering Hunter. The vessel was located approximately 60 miles south-west of Cold Bay. Reports indicate that the crewman fell and suffered a head injury. The Captain of the vessel requested a medical evacuation and following consultation with the flight surgeon the injured crewman was airlifted from the vessel by Jayhawk helicopter.   The Coast Guard, by advance placement of the helicopter in Cold Bay, are able to eliminate hours of flight time in emergency situation such as this. Prompt evacuation of crewmen who have suffered head injuries is important to the crewman’s safety. When in doubt call the Coast Guard who can provide a consultation with a flight surgeon about medical evacuation. Flight surgeons are on duty 24 hours a day to respond to emergencies.   No details about the cause of the accident were provided. Falls aboard fishing vessels at sea frequently cause crewman…

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