The Börzsöny Mountain Rescue Service held a half-day workshop for the children camping at the Hiúz Tábor, organized by the Hiúz Ház Forest School and Visitor Center in Duna-Ipoly National Park. During the workshop, the children learned basic first aid from the mountain rescuers and had the chance to experience what it feels like to be suspended on a stretcher on a rope course. Many of them wanted to repeat the experience, asking to be suspended on the special rescue triangle over the stream after the stretcher.
However, the biggest success was the practice of binding each other and transporting in a stretcher, where both the "injured" and the "rescuers" enthusiastically volunteered. No mountain rescuer had to deal with so many "bone fractures" in a single day as the camping children did, but fortunately, at the end of the day, no one needed hospital treatment.
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