| Meanwhile more bodies are found outside!
|| Each casualty now has a first-aider with several helpers ...
|| so one helper keeps close and concentrates on reasssurance
|| If close enough, they also help to keep victim warm
|| Once in SAP, the casualty is covered with a survival sheet/bag
|| The sheet is rolled and partly tucked under, before ...
| rolling the casualty into the safe position,
|| and pulling the sheet through.
|| The gate was opened to make room to allow ...
|| ... the unresponsive casualty to be turned.
|| An unresponsive casualty already in SAP has no need to be moved
|| The puncture wound from the stick needs a pressure dressing
| One helper concentrates on keeping the wound from bleeding
|| The first aider at the head tells the other helpers what to do.
|| A discussion - what do we do now?
|| Awkwardly positioned after falling from tree
|| Can you hear me?
|| Mountain biker impaled by a stick is already in right position
| ... for recovery, and is able to move self onto mat ...
|| ... to be wrapped up, leaning towards the injured side.
|| Mark finds another awkward customer.
|| Matt bandages a cut leg
|| The team moves the casualty onto a mat
|| and then onto a survival sheet