Sunday, June 17, 2007

Newspaper article: “Dieron alas buenos corazones” Orlando

El Neuvo Dia Orlando

“GENEROSA. La intervención de Inger Lisa Skroder, enfermera y una de las dueñas de Trinity Air Ambulance, fue decisiva para que el pequeño Justin fuera trasladado gratuitamente a Nueva York, pues el viaje hubiese costado entre $15 y $18 mil.”

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Trinity assists a young boy, Justin Heilman, back home to NY

Fox 35 Orlando and Fox 5 NY

Trinity Air Ambulance stepped in to contribute their services to transfer a boy who was stuck in Orlando by insurance rules that would not pay to transfer him home to New York. Justin Heilman was stricken with a mysterious illness while vacationing in Orlando. After 6 weeks of testing, the doctors were unable to determine the cause and the family was desperate to return home to their own doctors and family support. Trinity Air Ambulance, with the help of several generous companies (Aztec Jet Center, at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, Sheltair at Orlando Executive Airport and Sheltair at Farmingdale-Republic Airport in New York) pulled together with donations of time, services and fuel to make it happen.  Fox News 35, Orlando featured the story and sent their reporter to accompany the Heilmans on board the ‘Red Jet’ Air Ambulance to New York. Fox News 5, New York also provided coverage of the flight and Justin’s arrival home.

FOX NEWS 35, Orlando - June 13, 2007
"Sick Child Finally Going Home"
David Martin and Amy Kaufeldt

FOX NEWS 35, Orlando – other related stories
"Sick Child Going Home"
“Sick Boy Getting Help”
“Sick Child Makes Progress”

FOX NEWS 5, New York – June 13, 2007
"Sick Brooklyn Boy Returns to New York from Florida”
Lisa Cabrera

FOX NEWS 5 was there to welcome Justin home to New York.

FOX NEWS 5, New York – other related stories
“Exclusive: Stranded Boy”