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The scorpion, around the size of a 10 pence coin, was collected by animal rescue officer Steph Grant and taken to Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World.
DG Rescue Punjab Dr Rizwan Naseer said this while presiding over a meeting of rescue officers here on Thursday and reviewed performance of Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) during 2014 besides announcing 2015 as a year of safety.
After the end of the ceremony, the Search and Rescue Officer Major Abdullah al Muhannadi and Director General and Chief Executive Officer of the National Academy of Specialist Training Masoud Mohamed al Khaldi held a press conference in which Muhannadi thanked the academy stressing that it is the strategic training partner of the search and rescue team.
The purpose built facility will provide Coastguard Rescue Officers with essential training and skills to help them deal with emergency situations on the UK coastline.
Coastguard rescue officers John Pailthorpe and Rosy Hearn were among the team from Llandudno who went to help the operation.
Neil Mearns, Coastguard rescue officer from Sunderland Coastguard Rescue Team, said all teams worked together to bring the situation to a safe conclusion.
They said: "Three coastguard rescue officers and three paramedics carried the casualty through the rough terrain and marsh lands safely and quickly before hyperthermia set in.
Fire and rescue officers and paramedics were called to the Quayside in Newcastle at 10.