LMRT

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LMRTLiquid Motion Runtime Control
LMRTLongtown Mountain Rescue Team (UK)
LMRTLaboratory for Multiscale Regenerative Technologies (Cambridge, MA)
LMRTLondon Motorcycle Rider Training Ltd. (London, UK)
LMRTLimited Medical Radiologic Technologist
LMRTLatent Muscle Reaction Timing (sports medicine)
LMRTLearning Multiple Race Track
LMRTLiberty Mountain Race Team
LMRTLogistics Management Responsibility Transfer
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A spokesman for Longtown Mountain Rescue Team said: "The gentleman, in his 40s, had fallen from his mobility scooter.
Two paramedics treated the casualty and were joined by a member of Longtown Mountain Rescue Team who had been walking nearby.
The Longtown Mountain Rescue Team was called in to help officers from West Mercia Police recover the body from below Yat Rock.
"The Longtown Mountain Rescue Team, who organise the event, say that the Black Mountains are potentially dangerous and that it is more like a mountaineering expedition where high navigational skills are essential," said Phillips who finished in 8 hr 27 min, some 80 minutes slower than last year.
The event will be recorded by Kissan Productions and money raised from the festival will go to a variety of charities including Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales, Bucketful of Hope, Follow Your Dreams, Longtown Mountain Rescue Team Fundraising, Mencap Wales and Tenovus.
Monies raised from the three challenging walks/run on Saturday, May 22, will go towards the cost of running Longtown Mountain rescue team.
The Longtown Mountain Rescue team, which is based in Abergavenny, is called out to attend between 20 and 30 emergencies in the Black Mountains every year.
ASART volunteers, along with colleagues from Brecon, Central Beacons and Longtown Mountain Rescue Teams, made their way to the remote spot.
Thirty members of Central Beacons, Brecon, Western Beacons and Abergavennybased Longtown Mountain Rescue Teams joined the operation near Pen y Fan, the highest mountain in South Wales.
A team of 30 staff from Brecon, Central and Longtown mountain rescue teams worked in relays of eight at a time to carry her to Storey Arms where an ambulance was waiting.
The Brecon Mountain Rescue Team worked with colleagues from Central Beacons and Longtown Mountain Rescue teams to assist all three people.
Rescuers from Brecon, Central and Longtown Mountain Rescue teams reached the stricken man.