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Covering an area of 130,000 square miles all over the Highlands, the RAF search and rescue squadron based at Lossiemouth is on call 24 hours a day. It is during a routine training exercise that Rescue 137 receives its first call of the day. A walker on Ben Nevis has cut his neck during a fall. As they approach the location, the rescuers soon find the casualty, but realise that landing next to him will not be possible owing to the uneven terrain. The only option is for Duncan to be winched to the ground where he can assess the patient and decide how best to proceed. Just seconds after handing the patient over to a civilian ambulance crew at a nearby village, Rescue 137 takes to the air once more to respond to another emergency call. This time, a woman with a broken leg is trapped on the tiny, uninhabited island of Eileach an Naoimh off the southwest coast of Scotland. Also heading to the scene is a lifeboat, but 137 can cover the 45-mile distance in half the time. When they arrive at the island, the rescuers once again realise that there is not enough space to land the Sea King helicopter – meaning another tricky operation to winch the woman to safety.