Acadian Assists in Oil Rig Explosion Rescue
Acadian's Air Med, the One-Gulf Offshore Emergency Call Center and Acadian Ambulance were first to respond to an April 20th oil rig explosion. They treated and transported 18 injured workers to New Orleans area and Alabama hospitals.
An AirMed helicopter was one of the first to respond to the April 20 oil rig explosion.
Above the Water
An AirMed helicopter responds to an incident in the Gulf of Mexico.
Acadian deploys 150 paramedics on 75 of the platforms throughout the Gulf, says Marc Creswell, Air Med operations manager.
"Acadian serves hundreds of offshore oil platforms with its Air Med fleet," says Creswell.
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