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Team members and NPWS staff evacuating a casualty with a suspected broken ankle from Diamond Hill earlier today

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Well done 👏👏

Well done all 👍

Well done everyone, and everyone down safe.

Well done to all of ye

Well done!

Oh Nicola for once l wasn't involved in that incident. (was up there last week though!). I wish the person a speedy recovery.

Well done guys

Well done and thanks to you all

Well done to all involved..ye are legends. 😎

👏👏👏👏👏

Almost a weekly occurance now.

Fair play !!!!

Legends

Miryam Harris were you out walking again!

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Kerry Mountain Rescue Team

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Lovely photos.

Fantastic job! I hope the casualty from Torc waterfall was ok.

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Callout 61 - 21st July 2019 - Prince Williams Seat

At 12:28 on Sunday, July 21st, Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team and Glen of Imaal Red Cross Mountain Rescue Team were tasked by An Garda Síochána. The teams responded to a walker who sustained a lower leg injury on Prince Williams Seat.

A mountain rescue (MR) advanced paramedic treated the walkers injury, while MR personnel prepared a stretcher to evacuate the patient. The patient was carried a short distance to an MR vehicle and then transported to a waiting ambulance. The incident was stood down at 14:06.

Our thanks to the National Ambulance Service for their assistance.

Callout 61 - 21st July 2019 - Prince William's Seat

At 12:28 on Sunday, July 21st, Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team and Glen of Imaal Red Cross Mountain Rescue Team were tasked by An Garda Síochána. The teams responded to a walker who sustained a lower leg injury on Prince William's Seat.

A mountain rescue (MR) advanced paramedic treated the walker's injury, while MR personnel prepared a stretcher to evacuate the patient. The patient was carried a short distance to an MR vehicle and then transported to a waiting ambulance. The incident was stood down at 14:06.

Our thanks to the National Ambulance Service for their assistance.
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Mayo Mountain Rescue Team are in this series in some of the later episodes.

Keep an eye out for us. It’s being aired on ITV first on 26th July next.
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A July #ThankYouThursday

We have a number of people to give a #ThankYouThursday to this month.  

Glyn OBrien raised funds on his Just Giving page of £3,000 for three charities including the Mourne Mountain Rescue Team.  It was lovely for Dave and Joan to meet you all during the event on behalf of the whole team.

Sarah Mckay and Michael Neeson part of Murlough AC who raised over £1,546.40 by taking part in the Energia 24 hour challenge recently in Victoria Park East Belfast.  They ran 104km.  Well done and thank you.

Shane Byrne and family took part in the FIN FUN MUD RUN and raised over £3,500.  The team really grateful to you, your family and friends.

Downpatrick Lions Club held a Cars and Coffee morning  and raised £500 for the team.  Your continued support is much appreciated.

Holy Trinity Church, Banbridge supported the team at their Annual fete. Thanks to the generosity of everyone who attended we raised over £200 on the day.

Holmes Poundworld in Kilkeel has continued to support us by selling merchandise and collecting donations. £90 recently received.

Thanks, once again, to the East Down Branch of the Irish National Teachers Organisation NI who continue to support the team with a donation of £180.

A July #ThankYouThursday

We have a number of people to give a #ThankYouThursday to this month.

Glyn O'Brien raised funds on his Just Giving page of £3,000 for three charities including the Mourne Mountain Rescue Team. It was lovely for Dave and Joan to meet you all during the event on behalf of the whole team.

Sarah Mckay and Michael Neeson part of Murlough AC who raised over £1,546.40 by taking part in the Energia 24 hour challenge recently in Victoria Park East Belfast. They ran 104km. Well done and thank you.

Shane Byrne and family took part in the FIN FUN MUD RUN and raised over £3,500. The team really grateful to you, your family and friends.

Downpatrick Lions Club held a Cars and Coffee morning and raised £500 for the team. Your continued support is much appreciated.

Holy Trinity Church, Banbridge supported the team at their Annual fete. Thanks to the generosity of everyone who attended we raised over £200 on the day.

Holmes Poundworld in Kilkeel has continued to support us by selling merchandise and collecting donations. £90 recently received.

Thanks, once again, to the East Down Branch of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation NI who continue to support the team with a donation of £180.
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What a fantastic bunch of people . Well done to you all 🍷

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Call Out 61 - Prince William's Seat - 21/07/19

At approximately 12:28hrs on Thursday, July 21st, both the Glen of Imaal Red Cross Mountain Rescue Team and the Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team were tasked by An Garda Síochána. The teams responded to a walker who sustained a lower leg injury on Prince William's Seat.

A Mountain Rescue Advanced Paramedic treated the walker's injury, while MR personnel prepared a stretcher to evacuate the patient. The patient was carried a short distance to an MR vehicle and then transported to a waiting ambulance. The incident was stood down at 14:06hrs.

Mountain Rescue would like to thank all agencies involved including: The National Ambulance Service.
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Well done all involved keep up the great work

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Yesterday Michael Grant, Eadaoin OGorman and Noel Culbert along with search dogs Murphy and Ziggy took part in the Killaloe Emergency Services Display. The downpours certainly tested our waterproofs in between meeting the public and catching up with other front line services at the show such as Killaloe Coast Guard Unit, An Garda Síochána, (with their Mounted Unit and Limerick based Dog Unit, Road Safety Authority Ireland and Killaloe Fire Service.

Yesterday Michael Grant, Eadaoin O'Gorman and Noel Culbert along with search dogs Murphy and Ziggy took part in the Killaloe Emergency Services Display. The downpours certainly tested our waterproofs in between meeting the public and catching up with other front line services at the show such as Killaloe Coast Guard Unit, An Garda Síochána, (with their Mounted Unit and Limerick based Dog Unit, Road Safety Authority Ireland and Killaloe Fire Service. ... See MoreSee Less

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