The team was put on Standby at the request of Welsh Ambulance Service on Saturday morning to potentially assist with the transportation of an injured off road motorcyclist near Llangollen. However we were stood down as his injuries were such that he was able to be transported by a local farmer.
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Late on Friday night the team was requested to search for an overdue group of teenagers on a Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition on the Denbigh moors. These groups are usually able to cope well with an unplanned night out of contact as they are well equipped. But in this case one was reported as possibly unwell. We also requested the assistance of SARDA Wales.
As the team was mobilising the good news came in that they had been located safe and well by their supervising group.
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Sponsored ride for NEWSAR. Big thanks to Katy and Mike who are riding the Great Glen Way (Fort William to Inverness) raising money for the Team. They started yesterday and are due to finish tomorrow. Hope it is going well!
Mike was assisted by the team a year ago after a rather nasty spill on his bike, it’s great to see he is fit again and out riding!
To sponsor them please follow the link
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Late on Tuesday afternoon the team was contacted following reports of a person with a medical incident on Moel Famau. The team was brought to standby and vehicles were being sent to the location, when news came in that the casualty had recovered sufficiently to be walked off by party members and we were not required to attend.
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