CALLOUT 26/23: Injured climber at Pant Quarry
On Sunday afternoon North Wales Police asked us to assist a climber at Pant quarry near Llanymynech. He had been struck by a large rock and suffered a significant leg injury. He was managing the rope for his climbing partner when the rock was dislodged and impacted him.
Team members responded in two Landrovers. The casualty was assessed at scene by Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust and one our our team doctors.
After packaging onto a stretcher he was carried to a waiting Maritime and Coastguard Agency helicopter for transport to hospital.
Several other agencies responded including Fire and Rescue from Mid and West Wales and Shropshire.
Get well soon.