Tryfan mountain fall man, 27, suffers multiple injuries
A 27-year-old man suffered multiple injuries when he fell about 30ft (9m) while walking down a mountain in Snowdonia.
His 23-year-old girlfriend used a smartphone app to pinpoint her location so rescuers could get to them on Tryfan.
The man was airlifted to Gwynedd hospital in Bangor by a rescue helicopter from RAF Valley, Anglesey.
Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue volunteers escorted the woman off the peak.
The incident happened on Sunday when the couple were trying to find a way down a steep, wet gully above Milestone Buttress.
The woman was praised by rescuers after descending the gully to make a 999 call from a mobile phone.