North East Wales Search and Rescue (NEWSAR) is taking part in 'Exercise Berwyn' in Bala tomorrow and Wednesday.
What does NEWSAR stand for?
NEWSAR stands for North East Wales Search and Rescue
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A member of the North East Wales search and rescue team, who also attended, said Mr Hallam did not appear to have any safety equipment on what was a rainy day.
Volunteers from the North East Wales Search and Rescue (Newsar) team based at Mold, Flintshire and two Search and Rescue Dogs (Sarda) Wales handlers joined police officers to search treacherous areas around the Clwydian hills and Moel Famau for the local 43-year-old.
Volunteers from North East Wales Search and Rescue Team searched through the night for David Platt and eventually located his body on September 26 in the River Clywedog, at Erddig, Wrexham.
North Wales Police sent out their helicopter and called for assistance from North East Wales Search and Rescue (NEWSAR) at 8.
The North East Wales Search and Rescue team and members of Search and Rescue Dogs Association Wales were involved in the search, which was called off on last night and was due to be resumed at first light today.
Rescuers from North East Wales Search and Rescue (NEWSAR) were alerted at 2.
Police and 10 members of the North East Wales Search and Rescue team were involved in the hunt and used three sniffer dogs including one from SARDA, which is specially trained to detect scents from articles of clothing.