CLRSTA

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CLRSTAClearing Station
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2 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station at Remy Siding (Flanders), where for eight months she worked close to the front lines.
105 Field Ambulance, sent to a Casualty Clearing Station and transferred to No.
"In addition, the casualty clearing station provided a place for essential triage to take place to ensure the best possible onwards care, and provide the means for the most effective utilisation of NWAS resources (ambulance staff) for onward dispersal of patients in the most challenging circumstances.
Elise Kemp was born in Wellington in 1883 and was killed on October 20, 1917 while on duty at the 37th Casualty Clearing Station in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium, engaged in treating the wounded from local action that day.
My great-grandfather suf-suf fered horrendous wounds, dying within hours of being taken to a casualty clearing station a few miles from the front line.
He died of his wounds in a casualty clearing station a month after the Armistice and is now buried at Terlincthun British Cemetery at Wimille in France.
Set in a poorly lit wooden shed that served as a casualty clearing station in the first few months of Nevinson's ambulance service, La Patrie depicts row upon row of casualties lying on stretchers on a straw-covered floor.
A total of 25 other patients from the bus were assessed by the crews who set up a casualty clearing station in the hotel.
He was assigned to a small tent hospital called a Clearing Station positioned a short distance behind the front lines.
To the disappointment of its members, it fell victim to traditional thinking among the hierarchy, being subsumed in February 1942 within a casualty clearing station. Desert Surgeons is an interesting and valuable account of an aspect of New Zealand's Second World War effort that is not often addressed.
After serving as demonstrator in anatomy and senior house surgeon at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, Kilner joined the RAMC, served as a front line surgeon in a Casualty Clearing Station on the Western Front then, in 1918 as a surgical specialist at No.