REMSA Health Resumes service After Deadly Crash

After February’s deadly crash of a REMSA fixed-wing aircraft outside Stagecoach Nevada, Care Flight has now resumed services. Medical transports were paused for two weeks while investigations continued and the care flight family grieved thier losses. Three of the four rotor-wing aircraft took to the sky again on March 9th, and ground critical care transport services on March 6th, according to a release from REMSA Health. The organization shared as is Consistent with Care Flight protocol, crews will bring the fourth rotor-wing aircraft into service aligned with staffing, maintenance and other operational needs.

REMSA says there is no timeline for when Guardian flight will resume fixed-wing medical transport service.

A final investigative report of the crash is not expected for several months.

Memorial services for the fallen crew, patient and his wife were held last week. REMSA health has established a Care Flight Memorial Fund to assist the affected family members financially.