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Meet Alexandra Powell

Every year, I visit my crash site, write down all I’ve accomplished and bury the note. I do this as a reminder that my old life has ended and a better one has begun.

One winter morning, my friends and I were impaired, driving along a rural road. As we turned at high speed, the car rolled down a hill and I went flying through the back window.

Emergency responders located me crumpled on a snowbank. Seeing the extent of my injuries and knowing I needed urgent care, they called for STARS.

While in a coma for weeks with swelling on my brain, my family spoke to me, providing me strength to recover. I’m told my heart monitor would spike each time I heard a familiar voice urging me to fight harder.

Today, I’m a mom to an adorable son, have earned two diplomas and work with children with disabilities. I also speak to teens about impaired driving. My hope is to prevent others from making bad decisions.

The day I met my STARS crew, I was overcome with emotion and gratitude. Shaking hands with the people who worked tirelessly to care for me was one of the best days of my life.

Thank you, STARS.

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When Karla Slaney was eight years old, a pilot invited her to sit in the cockpit of a Boeing 747 during her family’s vacation to Florida. By the time she returned to her seat, clutching a set of plastic pilots’ wings, she knew what she wanted to be...

CAMTS to conduct STARS site visit

The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) will conduct a site visit of the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society (STARS) on Feb. 22 and 23, 2016. STARS has been accredited by CAMTS since 1998 with renewal occurring every three years. CAMTS accreditation standards...

Agassiz MLA joins Gladstone family for STARS tour and cheque presentation

The Bjarnarson family from Gladstone visited the Manitoba STARS Air Ambulance Base in Winnipeg on Oct. 17, along with The Hon. Eileen Clarke, Minister of Indigenous and Municipal Relations and MLA for Agassiz. The Bjarnarson family’s three children  visited the base to personally...

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The annual Rescue on the Island event raised a total of $380,000 by the end of the day on Friday, Sept. 16 for the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS). Eight community and business leaders were stranded for the day on Carter Island near Pinawa, MB, where they participated in a blend of...

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In 2015-16, STARS flew 3,423 missions, carrying only critically ill or injured patients. Since 1985, more than 33,000 missions have been carried out.