Meanwhile, in Melrose Cop Shop, Isa was quickly established as the wrangler and Tom from the Mountain Rescue next door took on the duties of Wayfinder; all the properties on the citerior, North side of the Bypass appeared to undamaged, while to the South, the new Eildons had obliterated everything! but Tim , also Mountain Rescue, had already sent a couple of drones up – Eagle 1 and Eagle 2, and the live feed was displayed on two large monitors in the Operation Room; it was hard to make sense of it – it seemed so higgledy-piggledy, topsy-turvy, tapsell-teerie, and just plain wrong; they all knew what they should be seeing, but apart from a chimney-pot here or there, the appearance of a wall or a roof, on the lower slopes, everything had gone: "can we get a visual on the hilltops?" asked Isa, and Tim, obligingly, sent Eagle 2 up to hover above the second North Hill, and scan the second Mid Hill: "look," said Milly, excitedly: "it's got the Trig Post and the Cairn, it's not just some hills, they are exactly the same as the real ones, the old ones, like they've been cloned, even the sheep-tracks are the same, and the broom!" and she was right; and then Tom pointed to something moving on the Western side of the new Mid Hill: "do you see it? a whole section of the broom slid under the are next to it, it's the entrance to a cave, or Cavern, zoom in on it, Tim," and the image grew on the screen and it really did seem like an entrance to a large Cavern and then . . . . . "Oh My God!" gasped Milly, as two men came into view, one carrying a kind of scroll, which he unrolled and showed to the other – they seemed to be looking at a map and comparing what they could see with what they expected do see from the map; then the first man ripped the map in two and shoved the second, hard, causing him to lose his footing and roll down the steep slope, while the other strode back into the cavern and, almost immediately, the entrance was hidden by the broom which had slid back into place; Tim made Eagle 2 swoop closer to the man who had rolled down the hill – he seemed to have hit his head against a rock and lay motionless, as if was unconscious: "Tom," said Isa, can you and Milly get up there on a Quad, while I call the Air Ambulance? whoever that guy is, and whatever state he’s in, we need to bring him here so we can find out what's going on!" and Tom and Milly didn't need any second asking, as they hurried next door to get one of the Quad Bikes: giving Milly a helmet, Tom took the opportunity to say: "hold onto you hat, Kid, this could be a bumpy ride!"