Aled Treharne on August 21st, 2009

I can’t remember my first Mountain Rescue job. I remember a search for a missing person while I was still training, but it’s lost in a blur of memories of trying to work out how to search for a missing person. I remember my first casualty, having chased her over the mountain all night, giving […]

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Aled Treharne on August 14th, 2009

7pm and our incident controller approaches us as we’re taking kit off the Landrover. “There’s been reports of a casualty across the road. I’m going to be staying here for better comms.” We all nod and head off. I grab the radio I’ve got and call in to get a radio check and I’ve barely […]

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Aled Treharne on August 13th, 2009

So I’ve had my Go 740 for a few weeks, how’s it going? Pretty good. It’s re-routed me a few times because of traffic on the M4 – this morning for example, with an accident closing one eastbound lane at J29, it took me an alternate route. Given that my journey is nominally 40 minutes, […]

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