The Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Services Swift Water Rescue Team, the Environment Agency, the North East Ambulance services Hazardous Area Response Team, Northumbria Water, and the University of Newcastle will all be at the event.
What does SWRT stand for?
SWRT stands for Swift Water Rescue Team
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A search was carried out of the area involving staff from the police force - which deployed a helicopter, North East Ambulance Service - which sent its Hazardous Area Response Team, and Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service, which dispatched three crews from West Hartford alongside its swift water rescue team from Pegswood.
The man, said to be middle aged, was suffering from suspected hypothermia after being rescued by a swift water rescue team and fire crews having become stuck in the River Tweed near Berwick, yesterday morning.
Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service firefighters and its specialist swift water rescue team were deployed to the River Wansbeck on Wednesday last week.
One fire engine, a swift water rescue team and fire boat attended the scene and conveyed the three men by mud sled to the Quayside and the boat was retrieved at high tide.