Jet Boat Accident NZ: 3 people injured, 4 rescue choppers flown into isolated Canterbury area
Shocking waves are coming from Canterbury where a jet boat accident was reported. According to the reports, Jet Boat Accident Nz has created a stir on the internet as it left five people severely injured. Since the news of the Jet Boat Accident Nz surfaced on the internet it has been making headlines and leaving people in a frenzy to know what the circumstances were surrounding the boat accident that happened in Canterbury, New Zealand. However, we have come up with this article after doing in-depth research and gathering details from multiple reports. In the following sections, readers will get all the available and confirmed details about the Jet Boat Accident NZ. So be sticky with this page and must read it till the last word. Scroll down the page.
Jet Boat Accident NZ
Maritime NZ stated they got the distress beacon alerts from the Rangitata River around 2 pm and they were informed that three people have been injured in the boat accident. Furthermore, Maritime NZ said that victims sustained head and spinal injuries and broken legs. However, the emergency services were quick to respond to the incident. After responding to the scene, Maritime NZ discovered two more injured victims in the boat accident. Scroll down the page and read more details.
All five victims were taken to Christchurch Hospital with the help of EMS helicopters. They stated, “They, plus another two people were transported to Christchurch Hospital by EMS helicopters,” Furthermore, two helicopters were providing assistance, one from a local private operator and the second EMS helicopter from Christchurch. One helicopter was tasked by RCCNZ while the second was tasked by the Hato Hone St John AirDesk. “Two helicopters were tasked by RCCNZ to provide assistance, one from a local private operator and another, an EMS helicopter from Christchurch. A second EMS helicopter, from Christchurch, was tasked by the Hato Hone St John AirDesk.” Shift to the next section and read more details and updates.
According to Maritime NZ, the boat which was involved in the accident was among the group of seven jet boats but others were not involved in the crash. According to St. John Ambulance, two out of five victims are in serious condition. “We have transported five patients to Christchurch Hospital; two in a serious condition, one in a moderate condition, and two in a minor condition,” Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.