Australia launches emergency rescue operation for an Antarctic researcher

The Australian Antarctic Program (AAP) announced that the icebreaker RSV Nuyina will be used as part of the operation.

In the statement, it was reported that an emergency rescue operation was started when a researcher working at the Casey Research Station, one of the three permanent research stations belonging to Australia in Antarctica, needed specialist treatment due to “deteriorating health status”.

It was stated that the icebreaker RSV Nuyina would be used to reach the station, as air evacuation was not possible due to adverse weather conditions in the region.

Australian Antarctic Program officials told the BBC: “The well-being of our people is our top priority. The researcher’s family is fully briefed on the situation.” made statements.

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