The team’s busy week continued, with the fifth call-out coming just 26 minutes after the last! With some of the team heading to Minions to assist with the cas-evac, controllers in the west of the county were alerted to a missing person whose vehicle had been located at Tehidy Woods. As details were being taken and a plan formed the missing person was located walking along the coast road away from the woods, so the team were stood down. With these two call-outs resolved, team members were free to revert to the standard Thursday evening’s training plans.
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