Pennod 4 999


Pennod 4

Yr wythnos hon bydd criw'r gogledd yn achub gwraig wnaeth ddisgyn o'i cheffyl ar draeth ger y Bermo. The North Wales crew rescues a woman who fell off her horse on a beach near ...


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-The helicopters of

-the Wales Air Ambulance Service...

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-..respond to

-2,000 emergency calls a year.

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-Each helicopter

-carries a pilot and two paramedics.

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-For the past nine months, our

-cameras have followed the crews...

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-..on their missions

-across Wales saving lives.

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-Tonight, the air ambulance crew...

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-..rescues a woman

-who's fallen from her horse.

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-That's where she's in pain.

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-SHE CRIES IN PAIN

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-The story of the three-year-old who

-regularly relies on the helicopter.

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-Knowing the air ambulance is there

-makes you feel safe.

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-And it's a race

-against time to rescue a boy...

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-..after a propeller

-tears through his leg.

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-Blood was squirting everywhere.

-It was like something out of a film.

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-There are more than

-100 beaches here in Wales...

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-..many of which

-are far from a main road.

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-Ambulances aren't always able

-to reach the casualty.

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-The North Wales air ambulance

-came to Dawn Jones's rescue...

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-..on Morfa Dyffryn beach.

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-Sunday, mid-October...

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-..and the casualty has been lying

-on the beach for half an hour.

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-The crew

-must exercise caution when landing.

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-We have to

-take into consideration the tide...

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-..and the people on the beach.

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-Since it's a pebble beach...

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-..we have to make sure

-the pebbles aren't displaced...

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-..by the whirring.

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-Hiya.

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-She's fallen off the horse.

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-She's fallen off the horse.

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-Dawn was riding on the beach...

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-..when she was thrown into the air.

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-..when she was thrown into the air.

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-So the horse was cantering...

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-..stopped,

-and you've gone over the head?

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-The horse was unharmed...

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-..but his owner wasn't so lucky.

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-I won't uncover you too much.

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-Any specific pain?

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-Don't do it any lower. There.

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-Pain there, yes?

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-Sam Williams suspects

-that Dawn has broken her ribs.

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-She must remain stable to avoid her

-ribs damaging a vein or an organ.

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-Can you hear me?

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-I hear you, Sam.

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-Lady,

-possible spinal collar and board.

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-Are you with these people?

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-I'm the husband.

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-Will you go and tell them,

-"Nobody go towards the aircraft."

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-Pilot Bob Kendall must keep

-the engine running on any beach.

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-People must be kept at a distance

-because the blades are dangerous.

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-The pilot

-mustn't switch off the engine...

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-..in case it doesn't start again.

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-If that happened

-and the tide came in...

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-..the 3m helicopter

-would be stuck in the sand.

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-I'm just going to have a look

-how many layers you've got on.

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-Sam must cut Dawn's clothes...

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-..in order to examine her properly.

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-Is this a favourite top,

-this green one?

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-Yes.

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-We'll ask the husband

-to buy you a new one.

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-The Coast Guard arrives.

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-The crew is familiar with working

-alongside other emergency services.

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-Warn them. Because it's running,

-we don't want anyone near it.

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-It's possible

-Dawn has injured her back.

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-Her neck must be kept stable.

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-Do you want something else,

-as well as a pelvic splint?

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-Come and do her head

-with me quickly...

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-..and then I'll do that...

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-..once this is in place.

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-OK? We won't be long.

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-Right side

-under the ribs is very painful.

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-Abdo, severely tender. OK?

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-Pelvis very tender too.

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-If someone's fallen from a height,

-there's a danger...

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-..they've broken their pelvis.

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-It's dangerous, due to the risk of

-internal bleeding, which is unseen.

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-SHE GROANS IN PAIN

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-A special strap must be tied

-around the casualty's pelvis...

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-..to hold the bones together

-and prevent internal bleeding.

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-A little lower on your side.

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-Aargh!

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-Sorry about that.

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-That's about right.

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-Go for it.

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-SHE GROANS

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-Sorry, sweetheart. There we go.

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-The crew's

-having trouble intubating Dawn...

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-..to administer morphine.

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-She's refused

-any other form of pain relief.

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-SHE CRIES IN PAIN

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-Argh, no!

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-Argh, no!

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-Watch out. That's where the pain is.

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-Stand there

-while I'm holding this hip.

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-They put Dawn on a spinal board

-before carrying her to the chopper.

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-Her husband must make

-his own way to hospital.

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-Don't go nuts. Don't go crazy.

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-Simon, can you take me some clothes?

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-Bring her some clothes because we've

-stripped everything else off her.

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-He'll stop in Next on the way!

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-Yes, I'm sure!

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-Although Dawn is in better spirits,

-she may still have grave injuries.

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-The crew is ready to leave and needs

-assistance from the Coast Guard.

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-We're ready to leave, so could you

-get everyone out of the way?

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-The blades are a danger hazard.

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-If they're all on the pebbles

-over there, we'll be fine.

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-Dawn's husband

-will take care of her horse.

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-Which way are you taking the horse?

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-Which way are you taking the horse?

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-Along the pebbles.

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-We want to see you run.

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-Aargh!

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-Oh, God!

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-Thank you.

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-The crew must await instruction

-from the pilot before embarking.

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-Accidents can happen

-in exposed locations such as these.

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-Blade sail happens in strong winds,

-when the blades go up and down.

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-Occasionally,

-if people are tall enough...

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-..they can skim people's heads.

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-Helimed 61 is en route to Bangor...

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-..to drop this one.

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-Dawn will be in the hospital

-in less than 15 minutes.

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-We're taking her

-as swiftly as possible to Bangor...

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-..in case there's internal bleeding.

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-We'll catch up on Dawn's progress

-later in the programme.

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-The helicopter's speed

-makes a considerable difference...

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-..to the lives

-of the casualties they transport.

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-One three-year-old girl

-from Aberystwyth...

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-..has needed the service

-more than once.

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-This is Elain's story.

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-Like every three-year-old,

-Elain loves playing.

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-But life hasn't been easy

-for this young family.

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-When her mother was pregnant...

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-..the 20-week scan revealed

-that Elain had heart problems.

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-It was a huge blow for Bridget

-and her husband, Gareth.

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-It came as a big shock, at first.

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-We went into the scan, hoping

-that everything would be fine.

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-But that's not how it was at all.

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-I took a week off work

-and spent my days crying in bed.

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-It was horrendous.

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-I Googled everything -

-every heart condition...

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-..to find out

-a child's life expectancy...

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-..and what treatment was available.

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-The worst thing about it...

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-..was not knowing what it was.

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-It was a serious condition...

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-..that would affect

-the heart's ability to function...

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-..causing digestive

-and breathing problems.

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-Elain was born in March 2010.

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-Although the family

-was prepared for the worst...

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-..Elain's birth was straightforward.

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-It was the happiest day of my life.

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-She was born

-in hospital in Bristol...

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-..in case

-she need surgery right away.

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-Luckily, she didn't,

-so the birth was wonderful.

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-But one night,

-when Elain was 12 weeks old...

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-..her condition

-rapidly deteriorated.

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-She was at home in Aberystwyth

-at the time.

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-She literally turned blue

-in front of my eyes.

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-Her feet were purple.

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-She kept crying and crying.

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-The more she cried,

-the bluer she became.

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-I said to Gareth,

-"I have to phone an ambulance."

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-She needed specialist treatment

-that wasn't available in Bronglais.

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-The following morning,

-the air ambulance...

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-..rushed her

-to Cardiff's Heath hospital.

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-Bridget held Elain in her arms

-all the way to Cardiff.

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-I knew Elain was safe.

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-I wouldn't have liked it if

-they'd whisked her away without us.

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-From Cardiff, she was transferred

-to Bristol's children's hospital...

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-..for heart surgery.

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-Elain spent 10 weeks

-in the intensive care unit...

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-..and spent a total

-of five months in hospital.

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-That was in June, and I

-didn't come home until October.

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-She underwent lots of operations.

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-SHE CHATTERS

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-It was difficult coming back

-to Aberystwyth after that.

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-We talked about moving to Cardiff...

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-..or somewhere closer

-to the major hospitals.

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-Despite their worries,

-they've stayed in Aberystwyth.

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-Elain's condition is complicated.

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-They haven't

-been able to cure her...

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-..so she's going to get ill again.

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-Knowing

-the air ambulance is there...

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-..to rush your child to wherever

-she needs to go immediately...

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-You can't put a price

-on something like that.

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-It's meant we can stay in

-Aberystwyth, where we love living.

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-They launched an appeal

-to raise money...

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-..for the Air Ambulance Service and

-other charities that helped them.

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-Money has poured in

-from people who've supported us.

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-A sponsored bike ride

-raised thousands...

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-..and we're so grateful for that.

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-It shows how much the service

-means to people in rural Wales.

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-Clever girl!

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-The family

-has raised more than 54,000...

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-..with 10,000

-going to the Air Ambulance.

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-The service has bought video

-endoscopes for the helicopters...

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-..making it easier

-for paramedics to treat infants.

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-It's important to know

-where that money's going.

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-We don't want it to pay staff,

-we want them to buy things...

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-..that are associated with Elain.

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-There are many people in Wales

-who know at least one person...

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-..who's benefited from the service.

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-It's priceless, in my eyes.

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-That's why we've raised money

-to ensure the service continues.

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-Elain still has health problems.

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-She has to be tube-fed

-and has speech difficulties.

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-Back and forth, back and forth.

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-You're a big girl, aren't you?

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-A few months ago, Elain had further

-surgery to improve her condition...

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-..but it was unsuccessful.

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-We're unsure of her future.

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-She unlikely to live very long...

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-..but we don't know when

-she'll deteriorate to the point...

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-..where she needs further treatment.

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-Having the air ambulance there

-makes us feel safe.

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-We're also a close-knit community.

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-It's a waiting game now.

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-It might be six months...

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-..or even two or three years -

-we just don't know.

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-We have to keep a close eye on her

-and deal with things day to day.

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-In Part 2, a 12-year-old boy...

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-..has a serious accident at sea.

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-There was blood everywhere and we

-feared the worse for the young lad.

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-And we catch up with Dawn Jones...

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-..who fell from her horse

-on a beach near Barmouth.

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-This helicopter, the EC 135...

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-..is able to land on a road

-or even in a back garden...

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-..saving casualties precious time.

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-For Cian Williams of Porthmadog...

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-..a swift response

-helped save his leg.

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-Porthmadog harbour in August.

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-It was a sunny day, and

-Cian Williams and brother Marcus...

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-..were invited

-on a trip in a motorboat.

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-I'd never been

-on a motorboat before.

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-It was

-like something out of James Bond.

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-At midday, they reached

-a lagoon near Borth-Y-Gest.

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-The man asked us

-if we wanted to go for a swim...

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-..so he stopped the boat

-and we all jumped in.

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-We swam around the boat once

-and came back up.

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-I wanted to carry on swimming...

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-..so I said I was jumping back in.

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-There were two jet skis

-circling the boat...

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-..and the water

-was covering my face.

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-I panicked

-and caught hold of the ladder.

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-But as Cian

-tried to grab the ladder...

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-..the driver switched on the engine.

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-Suddenly, Cian felt himself

-being pulled underwater.

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-I didn't know what was there.

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-The first thing I thought of was

-that a shark had got hold of my leg.

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-One of my friends said,

-"Where's Cian?"

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-We felt sick,

-knowing something had happened.

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-Cian was screaming in pain and

-holding onto the boat for dear life.

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-I saw blood in the water...

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-..and a piece of skin

-floating on the surface.

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-Marcus and the driver tried to pull

-Cian into the boat but he was stuck.

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-His leg was stuck in the propeller.

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-I knew my skin had been ripped off.

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-It felt like

-when you take your coat off...

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-..and have to yank the zip.

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-When they managed

-to raise the propeller...

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-..they were able

-to drag Cian out of the water.

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-He came out of the water...

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-..and I'd never seen anything

-like that in my life before.

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-The inside of his leg was outside

-and blood was squirting.

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-It was like something out of a film.

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-His foot was hanging off.

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-He needed urgent assistance.

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-The driver called 999

-on the way back to the harbour...

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-..as Marcus tried to stop the blood

-pouring from his brother's leg.

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-I just wanted to cry...

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-..but I had to act as if

-everything was going to be alright.

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-When you see

-things like that on telly...

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-..blood loss and things

-hanging off, it always ends badly.

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-But it didn't scare me.

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-I remember telling my brother,

-"Before I die, I want to see Mam."

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-As the boat docked in the harbour...

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-..paramedic Andrew Watt

-was there waiting for them.

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-It looked like a butcher's shop.

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-Severe lacerations on the thigh,

-the calf and the foot.

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-I'm thinking,

-"I have to do as much as I can...

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-"..to preserve his injuries

-from getting worse."

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-It was hard keeping Cian conscious

-and he was losing lots of blood.

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-But the air ambulance

-was on its way.

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-Sam Williams

-was one of the paramedics on board.

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-We responded to a call about

-a young boy who'd jumped off a boat.

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-We were told

-it was a possible leg amputation.

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-Looking down, there was a crowd

-of people in the rear of the boat...

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-..and the blood

-was seeping over the back of it.

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-We feared the worse

-for this young lad.

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-While Sam

-stayed with the helicopter...

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-..paramedic Carl Hudson

-attended to Cian.

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-The propeller had impacted his leg.

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-His wounds were very, very serious.

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-While I was walking down the ramp...

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-..I saw Carl, who said

-it wasn't a full amputation.

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-He'd sustained

-serious injuries to his leg.

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-There was still a risk

-that he could lose his leg.

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-The three paramedics

-had to work quickly.

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-It was difficult to assess blood

-loss because it happened in the sea.

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-The water will disperse the blood

-and you can't assess blood loss.

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-We dressed the wounds

-to ensure he was clean...

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-..and to stop

-any haemorrhage as well.

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-Within minutes,

-Cian was on his way to hospital.

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-He was

-rushed to theatre for surgery.

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-He was

-under the knife for four hours...

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-..as the surgeon

-tried to save his leg.

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-It's been 10 months

-since the accident.

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-Cian knows he's a lucky boy.

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-He'd torn

-ligaments and muscles in his leg...

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-..and although

-he was semi-conscious...

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-..he remembers

-the paramedics helping him.

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-I remember Carl putting his arm

-around me, telling me not to cry.

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-That was very comforting.

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-I asked him if I was going to die...

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-..and he was smiling and said,

-"No, don't be silly."

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-He said, "You're fine. You're with

-us now, you're going to be fine."

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-They were talking to him

-to keep him alert...

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-..and joking with him

-to lift his spirits.

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-He needed over 700 stitches.

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-He'll need

-further surgery in future...

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-..but he's grateful he's alive.

0:21:100:21:13

-I know for a fact...

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-..if they weren't here,

-I wouldn't be here either.

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-After falling from her horse

-last October...

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-..Dawn Jones

-is back riding once again.

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-It was very painful from December

-to January, but I'm much better now.

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-I'm in no pain at all. I can

-ride again and carry on as normal.

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-She and her husband Simon

-remember the accident clearly.

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-She was doing really well...

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-..until things started to go wrong.

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-She wanted to go one way

-and the horse wanted to go another.

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-There were sandcastles, and he

-jumped over them unexpectedly.

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-I couldn't breathe very well,

-so I turned over on my back...

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-..and kept still.

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-I heard something break right away,

-so I kept still.

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-Simon was astounded by the speed

-at which the helicopter arrived.

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-Once I'd made the call,

-it took them 14 minutes...

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-..to reach us, which was superb.

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-Dawn had broken five ribs...

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-..and feared she'd be in pain

-for hours without the air ambulance.

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-I was worried

-they wouldn't reach me on the beach.

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-I couldn't take

-any pain relief either.

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-It was a big help being whisked away

-in a helicopter from the seaside.

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-Before the accident, they'd raised

-money for the Air Ambulance Service.

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-They never thought

-they'd need the service themselves.

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-Back then, we didn't think

-we'd ever need the air ambulance.

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-It goes to show

-how vital the service is to us.

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-It's there for us all...

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-..and I advise everyone to

-raise money for the Air Ambulance.

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-Coming up next week...

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-..the story of a woman who needed

-an urgent blood transfusion.

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-Nice and easy.

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-And the mountain biker who ran into

-difficulty on the Horseshoe Pass.

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Yr wythnos hon bydd criw'r gogledd yn achub gwraig wnaeth ddisgyn o'i cheffyl ar draeth ger y Bermo. The North Wales crew rescues a woman who fell off her horse on a beach near Barmouth.


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