CALLOUT: Late on Sunday night for two persons lost in some very dark woodland near Wrexham. Located via phone technology and directed to waiting team members who gave them a lift home.
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The team was called this morning by North Wales Police regarding an injured female mountain biker on Moel Famau. The team responded with two Landrovers to the summit. Due to the nature of the suspected injuries it was considered better to fly the casualty to hospital rather than bring them down the rough track in our landrover. We requested the assistance of the Coastguard Rescue helicopter from Caernarfon. The casualty was given immediate first aid by one of our team doctors who was also winched aboard the helicopter to travel to hospital with the patient.
We wish the injured lady a speedy recovery!
Update 13/7/18: Through our Facebook post, a comment from the person assisted yesterday
“I was the injured lady on Moel Famau on Thursday. I am extremely grateful for the help and first class service from the NEWSAR team, coastguard, NHS and my friends at the scene. I’m very lucky no major injuries and home resting now. I met some awesome people who give up their time to help others like me. You’re all amazing! Thank you, thank you! Cat Xxx”
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CALLOUT: Called this afternoon by North Wales Police for a teenager with a medical issue near the summit of Moel Famau. Team deployed to the summit in two vehicles and one of our doctors assessed the casualty as able to walk with assistance the short distance to the Landrover. Driven back to Bwlch Pen Barras for check over by Welsh Ambulance Service. Able to continue without A&E visit. Get well soon.
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The team was called by North Wales Police at 3AM today following a report of a missing teenager in the Buckley area.
We also requested assistance from Search and Rescue Dogs Association (SARDA Wales).
During the initial planning work we were pleased to hear from the Police that the MisPer was found safe and well and we stood down after 40 minutes to get back off to bed! Great result.
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