Carolinas medical center air ambulance
CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER Ambulance. An emergency vehicle used for transporting patients to a health care facility after injury or illness. Types of ambulances used in the United States include ground (surface) ambulance, rotorwing (helicopter), and fixedwing aircraft (airplane).AIR AMBULANCE SERVICES IN NORTH CAROLINA There are seven helicopter and three fixedwing air ambulance services functioning within North MED CENTER AIR SPONSORED BY: Carolinas Medical Center SERVICE AREA: 150 mile radius of Charlotte without refueling AIRCRAFT: Bell Long Range 2, King Air carolinas medical center air ambulance
The ambulance driver, Nathan Turner, 54, of Claremont was the most serious of the three and was flown to Carolinas Medical Center by Med Center Air. Kimberly Tucker, 24, also of Claremont, was the paramedic in the back of the ambulance attending to a patient.