Surrey Air Ambulance was called to two sledging accidents following the heavy snowfall at the weekend.
The Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) crew first attended a female in her 30s who sustained a back injury in a fall at Merrow near
It took the pilot, specialist doctor and paramedic 12 minutes to get to the scene where they landed on common land.
The crew assisted the land paramedics in carrying the patient to a 4x4 South East Coast Ambulance Service vehicle.
She was then taken by land ambulance to the
Two hours later, the Dunsfold-based crew were again called to another sledging accident in
It took them 10 minutes to get to the location where they landed on a golf course. The patient was a male in his early teens who suffered a back injury.
He was airlifted to the
Surrey Air Ambulance has flown more than 670 missions so far this year and has carried on flying despite the recent snowfall.
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