Team called by NWAS. A group member staying at Tower Wood had taken a fall. Several team members were able to go direct to assist. With NWAS also in attendance we were able to stand down M1 en route.
Team called by NWAS. A walker had taken ill whilst out in the Lamb Howe Plantation area. After locating and treating the casualty we then had a small stretcher carry to an awaiting land ambulance. Continue Reading
Team called by Cumbria Police. A walker had taken a slip whilst walking along Kentmere Pike. The casualty was unable to bear weight on the lower leg injury. With some team members away for the weekend we were grateful for the assistance of Langdale & Ambleside MRT in bringing the casualty down. Continue Reading
The team was paged by Keswick MRT, requesting assistance with an ongoing search of the central fells for a missing fell runner, resuming at first light. The team sent 6 people and 2 search dogs, starting their searches from Honister. More details about this callout can be found on Keswick MRTs website. Continue Reading
Team called by Cumbria Police. A mountain biker had taken a fall along one of the tracks at Farleton Knott. Team members and paramedics treated the casualty for head and upper body injuries before transferring to Helimed 08 Continue Reading
Sometimes you have an accident, only to discover that you are surrounded by dogs and people in red jackets! This is what happened in the Howgills this afternoon as a paraglider received a lower leg injury following a heavy landing. Fortunately, handlers and dogs from Lake District Mountain Rescue Searchdogs were training in the same… Continue Reading
Team paged by NWAS. A walker had sustained a lower leg/ankle injury close to Spring Bank Farm in Grange. Casualty was treated then carried to an awaiting NWAA Helimed Continue Reading
Team paged for a passed out walker. On investigation, it was discovered that this was in CRO’s patch, and the team was not called out. Continue Reading
The team was paged by Bowland & Pennine MRT. They had been called to a job on the border of our two areas. With sufficient team members and a number of other agencies attending, the team was not required. Continue Reading
The team received its fourth page of the evening, this time from Cumbria Police. Another two vehicles were stuck, near Selside, and our aid was requested. We sent two vehicles to the scene and were able to make sure everyone was safe. One vehicle was able to continue their journey, while the team provided the… Continue Reading
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