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Long-Range Medevac Conducted 100 Miles North of St. Paul, Alaska

When fishermen or crewmembers working in Alaska are injured or fall ill, the U.S. Coast Guard is often called upon to medevac. But what if a vessel is far from assistance? In these situations, long-range medevacs are necessary. Follow the … Continue reading

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Irish Coast Guard Perform Long-Range Medevac of Elderly Cruiser

On Monday, an elderly passenger was medevaced from a cruise ship far off the coast of Ireland. The post Irish Coast Guard Perform Long-Range Medevac of Elderly Cruiser appeared first on LMAW, PA. Read more detail on Recent Admiralty Law … Continue reading

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Maritime Lawyers Discuss Nantucket Cruiser Medevac

Last Saturday, at roughly 5:00PM EST on September 22, 2018, crew members aboard Norwegian Escape — a large cruise ship … The post Maritime Lawyers Discuss Nantucket Cruiser Medevac appeared first on LMAW, PA. Read more detail on Recent Admiralty … Continue reading

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Coast Guard Performs Double Medevac Rescue of Cruisers

Late last week, two cruise ship passengers were simultaneously medevaced to North Carolina by a Coast Guard helicopter crew. The post Coast Guard Performs Double Medevac Rescue of Cruisers appeared first on LMAW, PA. Read more detail on Recent Admiralty … Continue reading

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F/V Kelly Ann medevac

A 43-year-old fisherman suffering severe pain in the lower abdomen, 9 miles off the coast of Grays Harbor, Washington, was hoisted by a Coast Guard helicopter and delivered to awaiting emergency medical services at the Bowerman Airport in Hoquiam, for … Continue reading

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