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Northern NSW : Winter 2012 redo
Business support vital Second helicopter gets boost from Spring Plains For a number of years Frost Security Locksmiths in Newcastle has been supporting the Service through donations and events. For Managing Director, Peter Frost, the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service is a fantastic and vital service that deserves to be supported by local businesses. In 2006 one of the company's apprentice locksmiths, Adrian Davis, was transported by a Rescue Helicopter from Kempsey Hospital following a car accident on the Crescent Head Road. Adrian remembers his experience and is grateful that he works for a firm that helps ensure the Service is there for the community. Five generations of the Frost family have guided the business to be one of the industry's most successful. Established in 1885 the business is at the leading edge of commercial and industrial locksmithing, safes & strong room doors and master key system design and installation. The company also offers computer assisted key cutting facilities as well as the latest automotive immobilizer coding. It has the largest fleet of mobile locksmith workshops that are equipped to handle most projects on-site. The second BK117-B2 helicopter is now operating in the New England -- North West. The second helicopter is part of the Service's plan to provide 24 hour coverage of the region on a continuous basis. The second helicopter is equipped with a lifting device which was purchased from the $20,000 in funds raised at the 2010 Spring Plains Ball near Wee Waa. The Frost Security Locksmiths team. Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service - Rescue Winter 2012 Page 7