Haakon “Rescued” by Air Ambulance

  September 20, 2009 at 11:08 am by

On Sunday Prince Haakon attended a demonstration of rescue by helicopter which took place during the annual Semiaden in Asker. Among the watchers were his children, Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus.

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The Norwegian Air Ambulance demonstrated a rescue operation. The aim was to rescue a person, the Crown Prince, who had fallen into the water. After beeing in the water a little while, he was “rescued” by air ambulance. The Rescue demonstration was one of the many features and offers during the annual “Semiaden”.

“Semiaden” is open to everyone, but especially for children and families. Many different programs and almost 150 volunteers do everything to make sure that the people have a great day out in nature.

The event took place close to the CP residence Skagum. Ingrid Alexandra and Sverre Magnus were with their father and saw him being rescued by air ambulance.

You can find more information and pictures in this thread.

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