Tayside Mountain Rescue Team successfully located a missing hillwalker in the Blair Atholl area after a two-day search. The team was called out for the 36th time this year to find the missing person. Thankfully, the individual was found safe and sound.
The team expressed their gratitude for the support of R151 and the Royal Air Force Mountain Rescue Service in the successful search operation.
Tayside Mountain Rescue Team is entirely composed of volunteers who are skilled and experienced mountaineers. They are on-call 24/7 to assist anyone in trouble in the mountains. They rely on public donations to fund their work, and anyone wishing to donate can visit their Just Giving page.
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The team reminds everyone that if they require mountain rescue, they should call 999 and ask for the police before requesting mountain rescue.
“All Weather. All Terrain. All Hours” is the team’s slogan, and they live up to it by dedicating themselves to saving lives in the mountains.
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