This is an unusual medivac. This is not Catt counties Sheriff Department Medical helo This one is. They seemed by all outward appearence to be in a rush above and beyond that of any other airlift I have ever seen. With the primary landing zone in my back yard I have seen a lot of them. I had no advanced warning on this one other than the disteinctive audable of an incomming Helo. So I grabbed my camera and charged the door. Shot (Handheld) with Vivitar 400mm on Canon EF, ASA 400 Taken from my pourch steps as the Helo passed over the house at about ninty miles an hour. After grabbing that and another one from the back yard (posted seperately) I ran over to the landing aria. I was politely asked to not photograph the patient, so there are no loading photos. New - 11/24 Taken with Canon FD 100-200 on Canon EF, ASA 400 (uncropped full frame) New - 11/24 Taken with Canon FD 100-200 on Canon EF, ASA 400 Taken with Canon 100-200 on Canon EF, ASA 400 Taken with Canon 100-200 on Canon EF, ASA 400 (uncropped full frame) I do not believe the patient survived as after lift off less than a mile out the helo just stopped and sat there for a few minuets and then procceded off slowly. I have more from this set, but wile I debate on what ones if any to finish processing here are these. ...oops, I forgot to dust process the last one, I'll get to that as time permits.