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The second High Angle Rescue course is under way in Cape Town. Crew from the stations around the country are perfecting the intricacies of safe Medivac's. Welcome to Matthew Melidonis and Herby Meth from Simon’s Town, Andre Fletcher and Paul Bevis from Durban, Giles Daubney and Daryn Clark from Table Bay, Spencer Oldham from Hout Bay, Leonard Wallis from East London, Stuart Obray and Marc May from St Francis. We hope that you love the course!Medivac_5517 Paul, Stuart, Leonard, Marc, Herby, Spencer, Giles, Andre, Daryn and MatthewMedivac_5515Medivac_5514
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