Cave rescue team ambulance stolen

A cave rescue team says its response times have been seriously hit by the theft of a £36,000 off-road ambulance.
Thieves broke into the headquarters of west Brecon rescue team in Powys and damaged valuable medical equipment before stealing the specialist vehicle.
Rescuers say it may now take an extra 90 minutes to scramble the nearest team, in Gloucester, in an emergency.
They condemned the thieves - who also stole equipment - as "callous and without conscience".
The team believe it could take weeks to replace the 4x4 Land Rover and medical goods, worth about £40,000. (...)
Full text: News.bbc.co.uk

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