The fifth man managed to get out and raise the alarm before volunteers from the West Brecon Cave Rescue Team, fire crews and police went to the scene.
What does WBCRT stand for?
WBCRT stands for West Brecon Cave Rescue Team (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- World Blogger Championship of Online Poker
- Warner Bros. Consumer Products (Los Angeles, CA)
- Washed Buffy Coat Poor Red Cells
- Webasto Blue Cool Premium (air conditioner)
- Wild Bird Club of the Philippines
- William Blair Capital Partners (Chicago, IL)
- Women's Business Council Philippines (est. 1997; Philippines)
- Workplace for Business Controls and Reporting (trademark of IBM)
- Wyoming Border Collie Rescue (Glenrock, WY)
- Waynesboro-Burke County Recreation Department (Georgia)
- Web-Based Collaborative System (online projects)
- Weekly Business Consulting Service (Omaha, NE)
- Welsh Black Cattle Society (Gwynedd, UK)
- West Bengal Civil Service (India)
- White Blood Cell Scintigraphy
- Whole Blood Culture System
- Wireless Broadband Communication Systems (technology)
- Western Boone Community School Corporation (Thorntown, IN)
- World Business Council for Sustainable Development
- West Basin Container Terminal (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Volunteers from the West Brecon Cave Rescue Team had to race against time tosavethe JackRussells, which were trapped in a 12m deep adit - or drift tunnel - on the side of a cliff-like slope in Blaencwm, near Treherbert, Rhondda.
Gary Mitchell, of the West Brecon Cave Rescue team, said: "They are safe and sound, which is great news, and were in very high spirits when they came out.
Toby Dryden of West Brecon Cave Rescue Team, who was one of three co-ordinators of the operation, said:``It was a very successful rescue but there were a few worrying moments.
Gary Evans, of the West Brecon Cave Rescue Team, said: "The group were trying to cross Resurgence pool when one of them got into trouble.
He thanked the West Brecon Cave Rescue team for their professionalism in conducting the rescue operation.
West Brecon Cave Rescue Team spokesman Toby Dryden said: 'Because of the difficult entrance she had to come out of the stretcher.
The 100 rescuers -including members of Gloucestershire Cave Rescue Group, West Brecon Cave Rescue Team, Severn Area Rescue Association and Midland Cave Rescue Organisation -did their utmost to rescue one of their caving community, a job which they found tiring yet ultimately exhilarating.