Posted: Thu 26th Jul 2018

Updated: Thu 26th Jul

Mold based Search & Rescue team called out to reports of a fallen climber at ‘World’s End’

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jul 26th, 2018

Mold based North East Wales Search And Rescue (NEWSAR) have released details of a call out outside of Llangollen late yesterday evening.

The rescue team were called out to a report of a fallen climber at World’s End near Llangollen.

The patient was treated at scene then stretcher carried by the search and rescue team who then handed them over to the ambulance service.

The Search & Rescue helicopter was spotted circling above the area – very close to where fires have been spreading on a nearby mountain.

NEWSAR published the below picture saying: “Picture from the callout last night. It was very dark by the time we were finished.”

The NEWSAR service is made up of volunteers team members and they do not receive any payment for providing this service to the Police.

You can read more about fundraising and donation to NEWSAR via this link.



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