Late on Monday afternoon the team assisted a lady with an ankle injury sustained on a walk south of Abergele. After some pain relief and splinting she was lifted into our LandRover that had been driven right to the casualty location. Get well soon.
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On Saturday evening the Team was called out to Wepre Park on Deeside, to assist in the treatment and evacuation of a casualty who had fallen some distance down a steep bank, sustaining injuries in the process – we wish the casualty a speedy recovery.
Edit: Some news coverage from the Flintshire Leader of this incident. Thanks to the casualty and their family for their public response to the Team’s work.
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Shortly before midnight on Tuesday, the same day as the end of the major search in Broughton, the Team received a request from North Wales Police to assist in the search for an elderly missing person in the St Asaph area – the missing person was found safe and well by police officers, just as the Team was being called out.
In an amazing sign of the willingness of Team Members to respond, a large group indicated they were willing to go out again after two days of hard effort in Broughton.
Permanent link to this article: https://newsar.org.uk/2018/06/missing-person-enquiry-in-the-st-asaph-area/
In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the Team received a request to assist North Wales Police in a search for a missing person in the Rhyl area – NEWSAR members were still committed to the Broughton search, but fortunately the missing person was found by police.
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