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Transporte de la camilla para acceder hasta un escalador accidentado durante un simulacro de rescate en el Almorchón, cerca de Cieza, para ver la panorámica del rescate:

Simulacro de rescate en el Almorchón

Copyright: Jaime Brotons
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