Pennod 2 999


Pennod 2

Y tro hwn bydd criw Ambiwlans Awyr Abertawe yn helpu achub coes mab ffarm ar ôl damwain erchyll â char. The Swansea crew helps to save a young boy's leg after an accident with a...


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-Each year in Wales...

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-..the ambulance service

-responds to 250,000 calls.

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-In the gravest instances, the

-air ambulance comes to the rescue.

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-For six months, our cameras

-have been following the crews...

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-..as they save lives across Wales.

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-On tonight's programme...

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-..a bee sting sends a Gwynedd woman

-into anaphylactic shock.

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-The charity's warehouse staff

-share their experiences.

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-We feel like we're

-all working for the same cause.

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-And a carpenter from Carmarthen

-raises funds following an injury.

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-We can't thank them enough. They

-were there when Gwyndaf was in need.

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-Swansea Airbase.

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-Good Friday.

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-An emergency call has flashed on

-screen - a child needs assistance.

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-A child has been run over.

-We're plotting the route on the map.

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-The guys are out...

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-Swansea Airbase. Yes, we've got

-the details on the screen.

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-Right. I've got to go.

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-The crews are usually airborne

-within three minutes.

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-Do you know the child's age?

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-Do you know the child's age?

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-Seven.

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-On duty are paramedic Chris Connor,

-pilot Grant Elgar...

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-..and paramedic Jason Hughes.

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-Is he conscious?

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-Is he conscious?

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-I don't know.

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-In less than 10 minutes,

-the helicopter reaches Penybanc...

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-..a village near Llandeilo.

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-100 feet.

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-100 feet.

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-The crews must land safely...

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-..ensuring the blades avoid contact

-with the electric cables.

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-The helicopter lands safely.

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-The casualty is nearby.

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-An ambulance and police car

-are already at the scene.

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-Hello.

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-Hello, Rhydian.

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-Rhydian Richards is in pain

-following a serious accident.

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-He was at a friend's house when

-a car drove over his left leg...

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-..leaving a deep, open wound.

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-Do you remember what happened?

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-Entonox, or gas and air, is given

-to the seven-year-old boy...

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-..to ease the pain.

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-Is he just a friend of the family?

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-Is he just a friend of the family?

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-Yes, he just came to play.

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-Take a deep breath. Good boy.

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-They must check that Rhydian

-hasn't ruptured an artery...

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-..or he may lose more blood.

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-Rhydian's father

-is also at the scene.

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-Are you Dad?

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-Are you Dad?

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-Yes. I'll stand to one side.

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-First thing I saw were

-two police cars and an ambulance.

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-When I saw the air ambulance, I

-thought it was the end of the world.

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-Slow deep breaths.

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-Good boy. Suck it in.

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-Suck it in slowly. There you go.

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-It's difficult to stem the blood.

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-The paramedics use special chemical

-pads to stem the blood flow.

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-Want another one?

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-Want another one?

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-One underneath.

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-I saw the wound

-while they were working on it.

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-They used bandages and packing.

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-My worst fear

-was that he'd lost his leg.

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-Alright, that's it.

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-That's it.

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-Are you Mum? Sorry if

-my colleagues have already asked.

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-You're alright.

-You're a really good boy.

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-Fantastic. Good boy.

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-It's likely

-Rhydian has broken his leg.

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-To keep the bone straight...

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-..his leg is placed in a splint.

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-..his leg is placed in a splint.

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-OK, good boy.

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-HE CRIES IN PAIN

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-OK, sweetheart.

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-Good boy.

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-They're carrying you on a stretcher.

-I'll hold your hand.

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-They fear Rhydian may lose his leg.

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-Rhydian needs urgent specialist

-treatment at Morriston Hospital.

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-Can we squeeze in? Lovely.

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-There is only room

-for his mother in the helicopter.

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-Dad will have to stay behind.

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-Dad will have to stay behind.

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-OK, on three. One, two, three.

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-Good boy.

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-Rhydian will be transported to

-hospital in less than eight minutes.

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-It's a 40-minute journey by car.

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-Paramedic Kevin Davies is hopeful

-about Rhydian's condition.

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-He needs urgent

-medical attention in hospital...

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-..to determine his injuries.

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-The consultants at Morriston

-will do what needs to be done.

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-Rhydian

-will be examined in hospital.

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-Later, we'll discover how he's

-recovering from his injuries.

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-Wales Air Ambulance

-needs to raise 6 million a year...

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-..to keep

-the helicopters in the air.

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-A large percentage

-of the charity's income...

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-..is generated from its 18 shops.

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-Crockery, clothes and furniture.

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-The charity shops

-sell whatever the public donates.

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-Husband-and-wife-team Nina and Huw

-are two of the staff at Felinfach.

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-I'm the boss.

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-I'm the boss.

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-And I'm the servant.

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-I initially

-came to the Air Ambulance...

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-..as a volunteer

-to work in the shop in Swansea.

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-I loved it.

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-When a job became available here...

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-..I was lucky enough to get it.

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-At the rear of the shop

-is the charity's warehouse.

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-Here, volunteers and staff

-repair and prepare the goods...

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-..before distributing them.

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-Some items

-are more memorable than others.

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-We once had a banjolele.

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-That was a special item

-that was donated.

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-Everybody

-had a go at playing the banjo.

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-Everyone who came in picked up

-the banjo. It was fantastic!

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-We have a lot of fun here.

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-We play with Barbie and Sindy.

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-I have lots of Barbies and Sindys

-over there!

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-It's not always easy deciding

-on a fair price for some items.

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-I think it's lovely.

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-The house is quite nice...

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-..but some of the furniture

-is broken.

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-How much do you think?

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-9.99?

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-Perhaps a bit more. 14.99, maybe?

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-I wouldn't pay

-more than that myself.

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-It's a nightmare.

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-It's really tricky pricing items.

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-We all price things differently.

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-I might price something at 1.99

-because I don't like it...

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-..whereas someone else

-might love it and price it at 5.99.

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-Very subjective!

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-Despite the fun,

-they know they must make a profit...

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-..while keeping customers happy.

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-We have targets to meet

-in the shop...

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-..and we have to stock

-decent, sellable items.

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-Customers come in...

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-..and they want

-to buy something nice.

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-They want a bargain

-and they get a bargain.

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-But it's becoming harder and harder

-to offer bargains...

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-..since the number of donations...

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-..has decreased.

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-People aren't buying new items...

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-..which means

-they've nothing to donate.

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-We're seeing less furniture because

-people are keeping them for longer.

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-But through good times

-and bad times...

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-..the staff and volunteers

-are dedicated to the charity.

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-It's very important. We feel we're

-working together for the same cause.

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-It's lovely.

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-Coming up in Part 2....

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-..the North Wales air ambulance crew

-come to the aid of a woman...

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-..who's in anaphylactic shock.

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-And we meet a carpenter who's

-fundraising for the charity...

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-..following a serious accident.

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-PHONE RINGS

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-It's three o'clock on a Monday

-afternoon at Caernarfon Airbase.

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-An unusual emergency call

-has just been received.

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-We're going to Criccieth...

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-..for a 35-year-old female

-that's been stung by a bee.

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-On duty with Carl Hudson...

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-..are Sam Williams

-and pilot Paul Ramsden.

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-Radio's good.

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-Radio's good.

-

-All set.

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-It's an unusual call-out

-for the Helimed 61 crew.

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-But a bee sting can kill.

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-It can be fatal...

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-..for someone

-who goes into anaphylactic shock.

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-They may stop breathing...

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-..and their tongue and mouth swell.

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-The heart is also affected.

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-They're in the vicinity

-within seven minutes.

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-The first task

-is to locate the casualty's house.

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-They make sure

-they're in the right area.

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-We'll give them a call now. Thanks.

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-There's a man in red.

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-100 feet.

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-Sam spots someone in red

-waving her arms at them.

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-They need to land

-as close as possible to the house.

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-Carl grabs his bag

-and goes to assess the casualty.

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-Hello there. Hiya.

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-Are we in here?

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-Sam makes sure that no-one

-goes near the helicopter...

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-..until the blades stop rotating.

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-What time was this sting?

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-What time was this sting?

-

-Carl examines the patient.

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-Has it caused any problems?

-How's your breathing been?

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-SHE GROANS

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-You've got no allergies

-to anything like that?

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-Ceri Hughes was in the garden

-when she was stung several times.

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-Did you actually see what stung you?

-Was it a wasp?

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-Mm.

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-Unbeknown to her,

-she is allergic to bees...

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-..which is why she

-has gone into anaphylactic shock.

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-I'm going to stick these

-at the top of your shoulders, OK?

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-The shock may affect her heart.

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-The crew must continue

-to monitor her for any change.

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-Can you feel that?

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-Are my hands cold?

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-Her condition's worsening.

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-Ceri needs drugs immediately.

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-She's deteriorated. She's tired.

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-She's having problems breathing.

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-Carl's currently

-giving her adrenalin...

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-..to combat the poison.

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-Small scratch coming up.

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-But the adrenalin has no effect.

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-There you are, sweetheart.

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-How are you feeling now?

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-Ceri?

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-Do you want to lie back on your back

-and get your head down further?

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-We administer adrenalin

-once every five minutes.

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-If it doesn't work first time,

-we try again.

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-We carry on like that for a while.

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-After a second injection,

-she still doesn't improve.

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-She must be admitted to hospital.

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-We've a stretcher behind you. You

-need to walk to the conservatory.

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-We'll carry you to the helicopter.

-Is that OK?

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-Copter?

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-The only way to travel!

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-It was vital

-to get her to hospital...

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-..before she deteriorated further.

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-Our treatment failed

-to improve Ceri's condition.

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-The best place for her was Ysbyty

-Gwynedd as quickly as possible.

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-A bit more.

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-There we go.

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-If Ceri deteriorated,

-she could stop breathing in seconds.

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-One, two, up!

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-It's a six-minute journey

-by helicopter to Ysbyty Gwynedd.

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-A journey

-which takes 40 minutes by car.

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-There, Ceri will require

-further monitoring...

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-..until she comes round.

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-After a night in hospital...

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-..Ceri went home to Criccieth.

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-I knew I'd been stung a few times...

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-..and perhaps I needed...

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-I knew I needed something.

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-I didn't think for a second

-that it was so serious.

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-She's very grateful

-to the Helimed 61 crew.

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-The Air Ambulance Service

-is essential.

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-For me personally,

-I'll certainly be indebted to them.

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-Once they're

-transported to hospital...

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-..some patients spend months,

-and sometimes years, recuperating.

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-Last year, we met Gwyndaf Davies...

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-..a carpenter who sustained severe

-injuries from an accident in 2009.

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-Now he's improving, he's been

-raising money for the Air Ambulance.

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-Swansea Airbase, late April.

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-Gwyndaf Davies is on his way to meet

-the South Wales air ambulance crew.

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-Hello, Gwyndaf. Thank you very much.

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-Thank you for your efforts.

-How are you feeling?

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-Superb.

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-In 2009, the red helicopter crew

-saved Gwyndaf's life.

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-Since then, the family

-has been raising money...

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-..and according

-to his mother, Linda...

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-..the response

-has been very positive.

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-Gwyndaf spent several weeks

-collecting items...

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-..to raffle and auction,

-and we received lots of donations.

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-We're grateful to everyone

-who's helped us raise money.

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-People have given us donations...

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-..and bought raffle tickets.

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-He raised

-more than 15,000 in total.

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-Gwyndaf has made

-a remarkable recovery...

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-..but four years ago,

-it was touch and go.

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-29 April, 2009.

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-Gwyndaf was working on a farm...

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-..in the village of Boncath

-near Cardigan.

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-Gwyndaf had been working

-for a building firm.

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-He was a skilled carpenter, but

-whilst working on a roof, he fell.

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-He fell from a height of 15 feet.

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-He fell to the ground

-and his head took the full impact.

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-He landed on his head

-on a concrete floor.

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-He broke several bones in his face,

-sustained brain trauma...

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-..and spinal injuries.

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-They dialled 999 and a paramedic

-arrived on the scene by car.

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-He realized

-the severity of the injury.

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-Swansea's air ambulance crew

-was despatched.

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-One of the paramedics on duty

-was paramedic Aneurin Heath.

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-We were unsure of the patient's

-condition at the time...

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-..but judging from

-the information...

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-..received by ambulance control,

-it sounded very serious.

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-We were there within 15 minutes.

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-By the time we'd landed...

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-..there were people running around

-and panic had set in.

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-He had severe head trauma.

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-Gwyndaf needed

-urgent medical attention.

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-The helicopter

-took him to Morriston.

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-My husband phoned to tell me

-Gwyndaf had been injured...

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-..and he'd been taken to Morriston.

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-Within 10 minutes

-we were in Morriston.

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-People were there waiting for us

-and he was rushed straight in.

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-When the family arrived, Gwyndaf

-was on a life-support machine.

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-The prognosis was poor.

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-They told us the next 24 hours

-were going to be crucial.

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-The worst thing...

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-..was when they said

-they weren't sure he'd pull through.

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-That was

-a horrendous shock for us all.

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-Gwyndaf was in hospital

-for nine months.

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-Now, four years later...

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-..the carpenter

-is rebuilding his life.

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-Hold it there.

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-Although he still

-has physiotherapy sessions...

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-..he's able to work

-alongside his father.

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-Good grain on that.

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-Carpentry was his field

-and he was a good carpenter.

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-He's still a good carpenter.

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-Yes, indeed.

-He's better than his father!

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-Carpentry

-helps Gwyndaf a great deal.

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-He and his father

-have made several furniture items.

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-A Welsh dresser.

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-A coffee table.

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-A bench.

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-Lots of things.

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-The family has donated

-the items to the charity...

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-..but this table is going to

-a special person in Gwyndaf's life.

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-This is

-for Gwyndaf's physiotherapist...

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-..on her 60th birthday.

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-He made it for her.

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-He wanted to give the lady

-a gift to thank her...

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-..for helping him.

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-The craftsman and his family...

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-..are indebted

-to the air ambulance crew.

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-We can't thank them enough.

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-During his hour of need...

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-..if it weren't for them,

-Gwyndaf wouldn't be with us today.

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-We're very thankful.

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-We're eternally grateful to them.

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-And how is Gwyndaf?

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-And how is Gwyndaf?

-

-Fine.

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-In Part 1, we saw the Swansea crew

-helping Rhydian Richards.

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-After eight nights in hospital...

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-..he's now at home in Llandeilo.

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-We took our cameras

-to check on his recovery.

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-In Penybanc...

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-..Rhydian's smile has returned.

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-But for his father,

-the memories are still as vivid.

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-I've never had that feeling before

-and I never want it again.

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-I felt so helpless seeing him there.

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-They were giving him gas and air and

-injecting morphine into his veins.

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-It gave me the fright of my life.

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-Deep breaths. Deep breaths.

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-Rhydian had broken his leg -

-three ligaments and a tendon.

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-When one of the boys at school

-asked Rhydian what had happened...

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-..he said a shark

-had bitten his leg.

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-That's what it looked like.

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-A deep open wound

-with blood and flesh everywhere.

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-It's like a snake -

-wonky and all over the shop!

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-After three operations

-and a skin graft...

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-..Rhydian is over the worst.

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-He's gradually getting better.

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-He's getting about on one leg

-and it seems to be improving.

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-He'll still be in plaster for

-a while but he's in good spirits.

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-He's starting

-to order people about the place!

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-The family didn't think

-they'd ever need the air ambulance.

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-They are indebted to those

-who treated their son.

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-I can't thank them enough.

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-The eight-minute helicopter journey

-from here to the hospital...

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-..took far less time

-than taking him by ambulance.

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-A very big thank you...

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-..to the air ambulance crew...

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-..for looking after me.

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-Coming up next week...

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-..a worker gets injured

-in the Brecon Beacons.

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-I phoned 999

-and told them I wanted a helicopter.

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-And ice and snow

-wreaks havoc on Wales's roads.

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Y tro hwn bydd criw Ambiwlans Awyr Abertawe yn helpu achub coes mab ffarm ar ôl damwain erchyll â char. The Swansea crew helps to save a young boy's leg after an accident with a car.


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