I was so happy to see the comment from Wayne & Debbie that the had made it safely over the Pyrenees, despite hail and bad weather although it sounds as if some others had bee stranded. When we made the decision to call 112 very much in my mind were 3 stories I’d read before I left home; one of a woman who fallen & broken her leg, and a blog these from 2 nuns. One had done a face plant, broken her glasses & had a huge black eye, fortunately no eye damage. Her companion had also fallen & injured her arm. At Villatuerta we met Paul & Rachel from Phoenix. They had come down a few days after us and passed a woman who fallen & broken her leg & was screaming in pain as the 2 bomberos tried to attend her. They were there in there jeep; perhaps Jaime & José who helped us. A young man listening to the story had see the same thing & heard in Roncevalles that she had a compound fracture & had to be helicopter ed out. Two young kids added how they’d walked up to Orrison, but stayed around for a coup Le of beers before heading out at 6 pm!!! A decision they now admit was very stupid! They didn’t even make it to the mountain hut & just rolled out there bags in a sheep paddock freezing all night & hardly sleeping as they watched the moon slide by. Then we met the Canadian who was doing his 2nd Camino. He did it last year when Europe had a v dry cold winter. They had several inches of snow, but learned that someone had died of exposure that night. I think we had a lot of angels watching over us that night.