Airlift Northwest Celebrates 35th Anniversary at Husky Stadium on Saturday
SEATTLE -- Airlift Northwest, the medical transport service run by the University of Washington, has been saving lives for 35 years now. Its fleet of choppers and planes are used to get critically ill or injured patients to a medical facility that can provide the best care.
Airlift Northwest will be celebrating its 35th anniversary with Husky fans at Saturday night’s game against California.
On the KOMO Midday News (weekdays 1-3pm), Chris Martin, the director of Airlift Northwest, spoke about their work and what’s planned for Husky Stadium. (Click the picture above to hear the audio).