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Northern NSW : Spring 2013
Modelling career for crewman? He wishes... Service Crewman, Danny Morris, found himself face-to-face with one of the more daunting experiences in his career, during a joint training exercise with crewmen from Emergency Management Queensland (EMQ) Helicopter Service. Lily Harding was in the middle of a fashion shoot with photographer, Rachel Bardsley, as par t of the Dress by Aware – The Social Design Project, when the four crewmen in their full diving gear emerged from the water. Despite crewmen being naturally camera shy, they couldn’t say no to trying their hand at modelling. All four have since been advised to keep their day jobs. Danny Morris (left) with EMQ crewmen and model Lily Harding photo bombing Dress by Aware – The Social Design Project. Lily’s hair and makeup by Casey Anderson at Up Make Artistry. Rachel Badsley Photography Rescue Club members win raffle The Costigan family picked up 1st prize in the Hastings Volunteer Support Group raffles. The $200 voucher, donated by Thompson’s Building Supplies Wauchope, was presented to Sharney, Sean and Preston Costigan from Byabarra. The family are proud supporters of the Service after their then three year old Preston, suffered a ruptured bowel, crushed pancreas, lacerated liver and a collapsed lung when a horse trod on him at Rolland’s Plains Sports Ground, in 2011. Preston was airlifted by the Service to John Hunter Hospital in a critical condition, where he stayed for four weeks. He is now a happy healthy four year old. Page 16 Westpac Rescue Helicopter Ser vice - Rescue Spring 2013