OVMRO

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AcronymDefinition
OVMROOgwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation
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Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation spokesman Chris Lloyd said: "He took a tumbling fall of about 50m or so and received serious, multiple injuries.
This year will see the third running of the event, organised by the Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation (OVMRO).
Chris Lloyd, of Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation, said rescuers at the scene feared the man, who has not been named, could have suffered serious injuries after falling the height of a 10-storey building.
The Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation were called and split into three teams to search the area with tracking dogs.
The six-strong unit from Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation (OVMRO) were called to the aid of the two men at around 7.30am yesterday.
Chris Lloyd, Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation member and spokesman, said, 'If the national park warden hadn't got to the men they would have been in a much worse state when we got to them.
Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation were called at 6.45pm on Saturday when a couple from the Liverpool area dialled 999 after finding themselves on steep ground on Glyder Fach.
Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation (OVMRO) was called at about 3pm on Thursday when the scrambler realised he was stuck on a steep part of the mountain, south east of Bethesda.
Twelve members of Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation and an RAF helicopter crew risked their own lives going out in high winds in search of the pair on Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia.
In 1965 when Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation was inaugurated, it depended upon known and trusted groups of mountaineers to staff the rescue team, especially at the weekends.
He lost his footing near the summit and had to be stretchered down by members of Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation.
I just hoped someone else might use it!" The Daily Post and Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation lent their help to the campaign to reunite the visitor with his camera.