9-Sep-2016 Source: HeliHub.com
The Cornwall Air Ambulance has reached a milestone of 26 thousand rescues. This past Wednesday a young toddler was flown from Boscastle, after he fell off a wall and hit his head, and was taken to Derriford in little over 20 minutes. This young boy was the revealed as number 26 thousand.
The air ambulance was used over 170 times over this past summer, as reported by Pirate FM News. This means that on average the ambulance was called out about three times a day in the summer holidays, including car crashes. 20 cases were called in to fly babies and children.