NEWSAR

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NEWSARNorth East Wales Search and Rescue
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NEWSAR provides the people of Mold with a volunteer search and rescue service 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
The rescue happened at around 12.40pm on March 20 and saw a NEWSAR member climb the tree to help get him down.
Newsar posted on Facebook: "On Sunday night Newsar volunteers were called by North Wales Police to assist with the recovery of a deceased casualty following an incident with a tractor in a difficult-to-access location near Corwen.
NEWSAR volunteers go to the aid of casualties in danger of cardiac arrest due to medical issues or traumatic injury in semi-rural, remote, or dangerous places across North East Wales.
Wrexham NFU Cymru Branch chairman Huw Jones, who presented the cheque to Chris Grif-fiths from NEWSAR, said: "The mountain rescue team does a wonderful job and I cannot overstate the contribution that our mountain rescue teams make to public safety here in North East Wales and beyond.
A Newsar spokesman added: "Whilst formal identification has not yet occurred it is believed to be the man we have been searching for.
James and his friends were winched away by the helicopter before the Newsar team began its investigations.
NEWSAR posted on Facebook: "Quarries, whether disused or in use are extremely dangerous.
Donations if desired, gratefully accepted in memory towards Sonrisa Orphanage, Nepal and North East Wales Search and Rescue (NEWSAR) per R.
Newsar, North-East Wales Search and Rescue, which has been celebrating its 20th year in existence this year, has been able to buy several hand-held walkie-talkies costing several hundred pounds after applying to the scheme.
Mr Hill, who has worked as a rescuer for the North East Wales Search and Rescue team (NEWSAR), said: "I would like to raise up to PS20,000 over the course of the five-year campaign.
"A large party of rescuers, with members of OVMRO, NEWSAR, Aberglaslyn MRT and the RAF Lossiemouth MRT who were training in the area, were deployed to the Glyderau area and located the casualties above Llyn y Cwm.