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Northern NSW : Rescue Spring 2017
Prominent business and community leaders summoned more than courage to take a leap down the seven-storey Crowne Plaza, Terrigal on 14 July. Their collective efforts helped to raise more than $54,500. The intrepid group gained a bird’s eye view and a greater understanding of some of the challenges faced during a rescue operation. Event sponsors included Blue Mushroom Events, Custom Trophies, Crowne Plaza Terrigal, Star 104.5 and Rees Digital. Central Coast leaders leap for life Leapers list Kyal and Kara Demmrich: The Block’s favourites Caitlin Unger: Breakfast Newsreader for Rabbit and Julie Goodwin on Star 104.5 Matt Kelly: CEO, Gosford Private Hospital and Regional Manager, HealtheCare Geoff Sam: Co-founder, Healthe Care Kathy Beverley: CEO, Brisbane Waters Private Hospital Darren Hutton: Insurance House Group Reece McGuigan: Quiklec Electrical Services Samantha Pethen: GP, Your Family Doctors, Erina Helena Mani: Real Estate Agency Business owner, One Agency - Gosford Grace Allison: Personal Trainer, Fight to Be Fit Julie Delisser: Business owner, Delisser Photography Mel Grech Rushton: Owner, Zanzibar Riverside Café Natasha La Rosa: Director, Alkira Early Learning Centre Frank Razza: Founder, Burnside Engineering Damien Crook: Front Office Manager, Crowne Plaza Terrigal PhotosbyKatyAllenPhotography Three people and their dog were rescued by the Rescue Helicopter after spending the night in freezing conditions in bushland at Upper Rouchel in the Barrington Tops National Park, 25 June. The trio, which included an 87 year old male with his 11 year old dog Minnie, and another male and female, were looking at land to buy when they became lost. After locating them with night vision goggles about midnight, crew members winched a paramedic down to the hikers. Prepared with warm blankets and snacks, he then spent the night providing company and comfort to the hikers before the chopper retrieved the group at first light the next morning. Although suffering from hypothermia, thankfully all were uninjured. Safe and sound Aircrewman Graham Nickisson with Minnie and her grateful owner 22 Rescue Magazine SPRING 2017
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