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At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but breathing. When should you move them?

When an ambulance is on its way

When bystanders advise you to

When there's further danger
When bystanders will help you

Don’t move a casualty unless there’s further danger; for example, from other traffic or fire. They may have unseen or internal injuries. Moving them unnecessarily could cause further injury. Don’t remove a motorcyclist’s helmet unless it’s essential.