The Royal Flying Doctor Service airlifts 100 Australians every day. Here are their stories.
When Morgan’s ‘healthy’ baby girl began vomiting non-stop, little did she know that they would soon be faced with a race against time – and distance – to save young Scarlett’s life.
A road-trip across the famous
Nullarbor Plain became a nightmare when parts of Inge's body suddenly stopped
you imagine being told that your child has been rushed to hospital with such
serious injuries you couldn’t be sure that they were still alive?
Gene Hildebrand is lucky to be alive after defying the odds in having his
heart shocked back into rhythm an incredible 54 times during his emergency RFDS
flight to Adelaide.
young stockman Jimmy McGlynn, it was just another day of mustering cattle on a
remote Northern Territory cattle station. Until he went missing - resurfacing
eight days later in Royal Darwin Hospital.
A severe attack of abdominal pain in the middle of the night while on an outback holiday put Stephen Daniel in a deadly race against time to survive – if only he
had known it.
What do you do when time can mean the difference between life and death?
A young man's world is literally turned upside down when a tyre blowout leaves him helpless and bleeding on one of Australia's most remote cattle stations.
Time was running out for Rick Holman, who desperately needed to get to Sydney to receive a donor heart to save his life.
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