Air Corps completes 100 air ambulance calls

Air Corps completes 100 air ambulance calls
Pic: Denis Minihane

The Air Corps has completed its 100th Air Ambulance of this year.

The mission involved transferring a young patient from Tralee General Hospital in Kerry to Dublin last night.

The night time airlift involved the use of special night vision goggles for the helicopter crew.


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