STAT Flight, Westchester Medical Center has two
aircraft and two MICU's available as well. We have recieved offers from
all local services (Northeast Region). As of when I left, no resources
were in use. I am sure that will change.
If help is needed, I am sure we will be reaching
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Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 1:25
Subject: Re: NYC State of Emergency
NJ has it's 2 dedicated medivacs (NorthSTAR & SouthSTAR)
and NJSP have converted 2 additional helicopters to do medical flights. They
are being stationed in North Jersey.
At 01:15 PM 9/11/2001, you
If anyone has any
details on how to go about offering volunteer medical support ( ground or
flight ) to those in NYC area who could use it, please drop me a message.
Those ES personnel will be overwhelmed for days. Also I wonder if helos
would be useful ( provided FAA allows them ) at least maybe moving from
local hospitals to outlying facilities a distance from the city. If any of
the program vendors are out there and see this message, what's think