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It's about 20 years since i last put a patient in a 500 but we had Ambulance doors for the back with Bubble windows the frame that held the strecher fastened to the forward baulkhead in the back and had legs that went into the floor. The strecher slid into the frame lateraly so the patients head and feet were sticking out in the bubble windows. I do belive Heli-logistics in Langley developed a fore and aft kit like a 206 where you revoved the door post.

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...so the patients head and feet were sticking out in the bubble windows...


Wonder how many patients puked their guts out from travelling whilst lying down with their head sticking out the bubble... :shock: How 'bout heat stroke in the summer ? :unsure:


Most patients aren't very comfy flying feet first, imagine sideways... What a show that must be !!! :lol:

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