Father and son rescued off Tryfan in Snowdonia

Tryfan peak appearing from cloud, with Brocken image captured The man fell unconscious into a stream after tumbling on Tryfan in Snowdonia

A father and son have been rescued after becoming stuck 3,000ft up a mountain.

The pair were trapped on Tryfan in Snowdonia, and were saved by a RAF Sea King from Valley on Anglesey, which winched them to safety on Sunday.

Later, the rescue team picked up an injured walker on Crib Goch, a narrow ridge on Snowdon, after hurting his leg.

He was taken to hospital in Bangor, Gwynedd.

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