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A big thank you to Hamilton’s Bar in Leenane for their hospitality towards the team after last nights callout. It was greatly received by some cold rescuers. ... See MoreSee Less

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Well done team❣️ it feels safe to know that we have such un amazing team to help when someone is in need

leg. ends.

Well deserved

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A great day refreshing heli ops safety skills on Sunday. Thanks to the crew of Rescue 115 for their excellent instruction. Always a pleasure to work with.

A great day refreshing heli ops safety skills on Sunday. Thanks to the crew of Rescue 115 for their excellent instruction. Always a pleasure to work with. ... See MoreSee Less

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You all do such good work stay safe .

Kiara Loren important work! 👍🏽

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A few photos from yesterdays training in steep ground work and rope work, in the Derryveagh Mountains. It was nice to see some blue skies!

A few photos from yesterday's training in steep ground work and rope work, in the Derryveagh Mountains. It was nice to see some blue skies! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Dublin-Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team

We're very pleased to announce that Run the Line 2019 has sold out! Massive thanks to everyone who has signed up to support us, we can't wait to see you all at the GAP! Recently, one of our team members, Fiona Kelly, spoke to Dublin South FM about the event, and why we organise it. ... See MoreSee Less

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Callout 44: 9/11/19

Location: Croagh Patrick

MMRT were tasked at 1107hrs to assist a Sea to Summit competitor on the descent from Croagh Patrick.

A first response team was tasked to the location and provided first aid to the male casualty who had sustained a lower leg injury on the Murrisk side about 150m above the gate.

A stretcher party was also tasked and the casualty was stretchered down an awaiting civil defence ambulance at Murrisk.

The team were stood down at 1231hrs.

Callout 44: 9/11/19

Location: Croagh Patrick

MMRT were tasked at 1107hrs to assist a Sea to Summit competitor on the descent from Croagh Patrick.

A first response team was tasked to the location and provided first aid to the male casualty who had sustained a lower leg injury on the Murrisk side about 150m above the gate.

A stretcher party was also tasked and the casualty was stretchered down an awaiting civil defence ambulance at Murrisk.

The team were stood down at 1231hrs.
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Well done everyone You give a wonderful service to the public voluntarily .you put yourselves at risk in going your work .Thank you Thank you.❤️🏆🏔🏔

Well done everyone 👍ye provide an excellent service

Fantastic people!

Well done to you all ye provide a service second to none, on a voluntary basis. Thanks for your service. That looks like your off the beaten track.

Amazing bunch of people. Don't get no credit for all yer hard work

Well done everyone 👍

Yes agreed amazing people

Ye are amazing!

Yes amazing people

brilliant

Super people

Michelle Glynn

Siobhan Stoney

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Callout 07/11/19: At 1319hrs the team recieved a request to assist a member of a walking group who had taken ill during a walk in Tollymore Forest. 
The team responded, located the casualty and after an initial assessment transported her via a team vehicle to the care of an NIAS paramedic for further assessment and transfer to hospital. 
Four members responded and the team stood down at 1430hrs.

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Callout 07/11/19: At 1319hrs the team recieved a request to assist a member of a walking group who had taken ill during a walk in Tollymore Forest.
The team responded, located the casualty and after an initial assessment transported her via a team vehicle to the care of an NIAS paramedic for further assessment and transfer to hospital.
Four members responded and the team stood down at 1430hrs.

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Excellent job as usual people

Great job team! Hope the lady makes a full recovery.

Well done you "Fantastic People" 💚

Well done everyone.

Well done

Well done everyone

Thank goodness your team are there.

Well done all.....

Great work.

Heroes over and over again 🍷

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This morning SARDA Handler Éadaoin with Search dog Murphy met with 23rd Midleton Scouts at Mahon Falls. The scouts were braving the elements and going for a mountain hike. Before they started, Éadaoin gave a talk on search dogs and mountain rescue followed by a demo with Murphy. Thanks to the 23rd Midleton Scout Group for the invite.

This morning SARDA Handler Éadaoin with Search dog Murphy met with 23rd Midleton Scouts at Mahon Falls. The scouts were braving the elements and going for a mountain hike. Before they started, Éadaoin gave a talk on search dogs and mountain rescue followed by a demo with Murphy. Thanks to the 23rd Midleton Scout Group for the invite. ... See MoreSee Less

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If you are in IT Sligo today come say hello. We can answer any questions you may have about Mountain Rescue!

If you are in IT Sligo today come say hello. We can answer any questions you may have about Mountain Rescue! ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s not too late to volunteer to help out with the Long Way Round - everything from pouring tea to marshaling the route (although not at the same time)
Just email semrapro@gmail.com and we’ll be in contact.

It’s not too late to volunteer to help out with the Long Way Round - everything from pouring tea to marshaling the route (although not at the same time)
Just email semrapro@gmail.com and we’ll be in contact.
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Really enjoyed volunteering the last three years. The grub and the atmosphere is great. Signed up as a participant this year. 🚶🏃

Challenge accepted.

Greg Smith ..🤔

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