Berwick Law: Emergency crews use 'polaris' vehicle to rescue injured woman from North Berwick hill

Emergency services responded to reports after a woman fell while climbing North Berwick Law.

Monday, 26th April 2021, 9:38 am
Updated Monday, 26th April 2021, 3:52 pm

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service teamed up with the Scottish Ambulance Service to help save the woman after she injured her ankle in a fall.

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The woman was partially stretchered down the hill, where she was then placed into the Polaris and taken to an ambulance to receive treatment.

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North Berwick Law: Emergency crews use 'polaris' vehicle to rescue injured woman from Lothian hill

The Polaris is an off road vehicle more suited to certain terrains than standard emergency vehicles.

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North Berwick Law: Emergency crews use 'polaris' vehicle to rescue injured woman from Lothian hill
North Berwick Law: Emergency crews use 'polaris' vehicle to rescue injured woman from Lothian hill