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  • Successful conclusion to a mega cave rescue
  • Premier Icon welshfarmer
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    In case anyone missed the report on the BBC today. It fills in many blanks and humanises the casualty. Great to see George up and about and keen to get back underground

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-60110076

    Premier Icon scruff9252
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    Well that’s a story that’ll give me nightmares.

    Well done to those involved!

    Premier Icon nickjb
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    Great to see George up and about and keen to get back underground

    Pretty cool that he is now training to join the cave rescue team. One of the rescue team member saying it might useful to have some perspective from someone that has been properly rescued.

    Premier Icon pondo
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    Read that earlier and thought of you, @welshfarmer – you will never find me voluntarily caving, but I’m so grateful to you and all volunteers, expert or otherwise, who give up their time to help those in need. And that chap sounded in need! Harrowing stuff…

    Premier Icon bigdaddy
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    Oof, that’s a hard read, but at the same time inspiring – well done to everyone that helped out!

    Premier Icon oikeith
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    Donated, I don’t cave but the rescue op sounds incredible! well done all involved.

    Premier Icon Murray
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    Excellent article

    Premier Icon Houns
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    Good read that, well done

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