Killin Mountain Rescue Team share footage of extreme weather faced during rescue

Killin Mountain Rescue Team have shared footage of a daring rescue on Beinn a' Chroin.

Footage shows the extreme weather faced by Mountain Rescue. Pic, Killin Mountain Rescue Team

A Facebook post from the group showed the extreme weather faced by the mountain rescue team on Saturday, February 19th into Sunday February 20th.

The team were called out to assist 3 walkers on Beinn a' Chroin with the three walkers located and given medical assistance before being walked off the hill.

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In a post on social media, they thanked their team members who regularly give up their time regardless of the conditions and Crianlarich hotel who provided hot drinks and biscuits.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 5.50pm on Saturday, 19 February, officers from Forth Valley Police and our mountain rescue colleagues were called to Beinn a’ Chroin after three people required assistance.

"All three were safely down the mountain by around 4am on Sunday, 20 February.”