A person needed to be stretchered down a mountain within the Scottish Highlands after injuring his leg throughout an avalanche, rescuers have stated.
The climber suffered a “decrease leg damage throughout an avalanche” at Coire an t-Sneachda within the Grampian Mountains on Saturday, Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Workforce stated on Twitter.
He was a part of a gaggle who “had been capable of self-rescue all the way down to the ground” of the mountain the place “they had been met by the staff and stretchered again to the ski space”.
“A number of studies of avalanches in Coire an t-Sneachda this afternoon”, rescuers warned.
Scotland and elements of the north of England are nonetheless struggling the consequences of Storm Arwen, which has left 1000’s of properties with out energy or sizzling water for greater than every week.