In the very early hours of Saturday morning North Wales Police requested our assistance to search for a person missing in St. Asaph. Shortly after we arrived at scene and before we had started ground searches, the missing person was located safe and well by North Wales Police.
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NEWSAR Team Leader, Chris Griffiths presents Tarmac North Wales Quarry Manager, Rob Maurice Jones with a team plaque in recognition of their continued support. “Our fully refurbished Land Rover will serve us well for many years to come thanks to the commitment of Rob and the generosity of Tarmac.
We can now continue to respond across NE Wales knowing that we have a reliable vehicle, freed from concerns about the cost of maintenance.”
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Search on Thursday night for a missing young person in the Colwyn Bay area. Working alongside officers from North Wales Police and dog/handlers from Search and Rescue Dogs Association (SARDA Wales).
Extensive searching by four dog teams alongside our own team members was concluded when the missing person was located and then evacuated to our vehicle. A great result.
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CALLOUT: On Saturday evening we were called by North Wales Police with regard to a person missing in the Deeside area. After several hours searching alongside Police Officers, one of our teams located the missing person and then provided urgent first aid, before they they were evacuated to meet a Welsh Ambulance Services crew for onward transport to hospital.
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