Ochils Mountain Rescue Team were going through their practise drills when they received a call from Police Scotland shortly after midday to assist a hill walker who had taken a fall near the summit of Dumyat in the Ochil Hills.
On arrival, the casualty was treated by team medics before being carried off the hill on a stretcher to an awaiting ambulance.
Then, before the team even arrived back at their base, they were called out again – this time by the Scottish Ambulance Service Special Operations (SORT) team to assist a casualty who had fallen into a gorge near Cambusbarron.
OMRT members set up a rope rescue system to reach the casualty and bring them up the hill, where they were met by a coastguard rescue helicopter, who flew the casualty to hospital.
No sooner had the helicopter taken off than both the OMRT and SORT teams were called out – for a third time – to a climber who had taken a fall in the Cambusbarron area.
Both teams diverted to this location and the casualty was assessed by paramedics and a team doctor.
After receiving treatment, the fallen climber was able to walk off the hill with the assistance of paramedics.
A statement from the OMRT said: “Today has been a busy day for all assets involved, lots of excellent multi agency working between Mountain Rescue and the Scottish Ambulance Service.”