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Owner: Nigel Dibben Practice rescue in Engine VeinDate: 19 November 2017
There were three 'casulaties'. Two had injuries and one was lost trying to find the way out but then had an asthmma attack.

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Making up the first casualty before the rescue arrived :: Taken by Nigel DibbenTriage for the first casualty :: Taken by Nigel DibbenUsing a bivvy tent to keep the casualty warm :: Taken by Nigel DibbenThe second casualty beign triaged :: Taken by Nigel DibbenAttending to the second casualty :: Taken by Nigel Dibben
Making up the first casualty before the rescue arrivedTriage for the first casualtyUsing a bivvy tent to keep the casualty warmThe second casualty beign triagedAttending to the second casualty
Comms using the Nicola phone :: Taken by Nigel DibbenComms using the Nicola phone :: Taken by Nigel DibbenBrendan, organiser, emerges from the crawl leading to the lost rescuee :: Taken by Nigel DibbenThe lost casualty who looks just a bit too happy! :: Taken by Nigel DibbenPreparing to bring the stretcher with the second (serious) casualty from the end of the mine :: Taken by Nigel Dibben
Comms using the Nicola phoneComms using the Nicola phoneBrendan, organiser, emerges from the crawl leading to the lost rescueeThe lost casualty who looks just a bit too happy!Preparing to bring the stretcher with the second (serious) casualty from the end of the mine
Carrying the second casualty past the first :: Taken by Nigel DibbenStretcher carry over the bridge :: Taken by Nigel DibbenPreparing for the climb up the steps :: Taken by Nigel DibbenReleasing the casualty at the surface :: Taken by Nigel DibbenGate-keeper :: Taken by Nigel Dibben
Carrying the second casualty past the firstStretcher carry over the bridgePreparing for the climb up the stepsReleasing the casualty at the surfaceGate-keeper
Preparing the first casualty for a lift :: Taken by Nigel DibbenFirst casualty on the move.  Shortly after, one of the team faked a heart attack which stopped the planned rescue practice. :: Taken by Nigel Dibben   
Preparing the first casualty for a liftFirst casualty on the move. Shortly after, one of the team faked a heart attack which stopped the planned rescue practice.