Swift Water Rescue technicians from the Team attended the search for a missing canoeist on the Afon Glaslyn near Beddgelert.
At around 5:30 p.m. Team call-handlers were made aware of a woman who had fallen from a path near Abergynolwyn.
The 73 year old woman had fallen from a path on the steep slopes above Gwernol train station and was unable to regain the path. She was assessed by Team volunteers and showed no obvious injuries, but due to the nature of the fall it was decided to raise her back up to the path by stretcher. Rope technicians rigged a hauling system and the woman was lifted back up the slope.
The casualty left the scene with a relative having been advised to seek further medical attention.
At around 11:00 a.m. volunteers from the Team resumed their involvement in an ongoing missing person search at Machynlleth.
Our water-search team spent the day searching the area around the Dyfi bridge, whilst Coast Guard volunteers along with Fire Service boats and Police search dogs were also operating elsewhere in the area.
At around 1:50 p.m. the Team was requested to help in the ongoing search for a missing person being conducted by Dyfed Powys Police.
A 68 year old woman from the town had been reported missing after friends raised concerns about her well-being.
The Team was tasked with searching the banks of the nearby Dyfi river, working as far down as Derwenlas. Volunteer Coast Guard teams made bank searches from Dyfi junction upstream to meet up with our searchers.
Fire service boats and two camera drones, the Police helicopter, RNLI craft from Borth and Aberdyfi and police search dogs were also operating in the area.
At dusk, given the extra hazard presented to searchers, along with the time they had already been operational, it was decided to stand down for the night.
At around 4:00 p.m. on Mon 5th Sept, call handlers from the Team were made aware of two men unable to move from the summit of Cader Idris.
The brothers, both in their 30's had walked up the mountain from Minffordd and had reached the summit hut in fairly poor weather, with strong wind and low cloud. However, when they came to depart from the hut, they were unable to identify the way off in the mist.
Having retreated to the hut and called for help, the pair had a cold wait as two Team volunteers made their way up the mountain. The pair were escorted down to Ty Nant where the Team vehicle met the party a returned the brothers to their car. Everyone was off back at their vehicles and heading home by 8:00 p.m.