Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team were called out on Saturday, September 16 to the waterfalls area of The Brecon Beacons.
They were called out to a woman who had fallen on the path down to Sgwd y Eira.
She had injured her knee and received treatment from paramedics.
The casualty was taken to an awaiting ambulance that transported her to hospital.
A spokesperson from Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team said: "Please be careful, with all of the recent rain following the earlier dry weather the path can become very slippery."
Later on that same day, the team were called out in the evening to help a lady and her daughter who had found themselves separated from the group they were with.
Despite a search taking place, they were not found, but Police enquiries later confirmed they had managed to make their own way home.
The team were also called out on Wednesday (September 20) evening to help locate a high risk vulnerable male in the Pontypridd area.
As the team were preparing to deploy, the male was found by Police officers and taken into safe care.
The rest of Central Beacons MRT's week was spent with a Trustee's meeting, a visit to the Emergency Services Show at the NEC in Birmingham, and ofcourse training.