LLANBERIS Mountain Rescue Team saved a walker who had fallen on to slate boulders.

At 1.10pm on January 10, they received a call from North Wales Police asking for assistance.

They say the walker's fall had resulted in a fractured which had taken on a "non-standard angle".

A spokesperson added: "Two Land Rovers were sent to the casualty's location in the Dinorwig quarry where pain relief was given by team doctors before performing a reduction of the ankle, the casualty's expletives being heard on the opposite side of the valley.

"Our colleagues from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency helicopter Rescue 936 were able to assist us with transferring the casualty to Ysbyty Gwynedd."

The Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team is a fully voluntary organisation who respond to those in need on Snowdon and the surrounding mountains.

The Team is on-call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and relies entirely on donations from members of the public to carry out this essential life-saving rescue service.

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