Male, 28 years. Climbing on Lower Scout Crag, Great Langdale, when he slipped about 30 feet sustaining a lacerated right knee and an injury to his right elbow. Brought down the fell by the team and taken in the land rover to Ambleside and then by ambulance to hospital.
Man, aged 21 years, Student, from Greenford, Middlesex, leading climb on Raven Cragg, Great Langdale. He slipped and runners came out of rock, fell about 60ft. sustaining an injury to his right ankle. Brought down by team. Car to County Hospital, Kendal. Appeared well clad and shod.
Man aged 25 years climbing on Holly Tree Wall, Raven Crag. Believed to have been blown off the crag in heavy wind. Injuries, fracture of left femur and back injuries. Lowered 50 feet to the foot of the crag, stretchered down by the Team and conveyed to County
Hospital, Kendal, by Ambulance.
Youth aged 18 years: Slipped whilst leading climb on Raven Crag, Langdale. Brought down by Team on stretcher. Conveyed to County Hospital, Ken¬dal, by ambulance. Clothing, equipment and footwear good, experience not known. Sustained suspected fracture of the base of the skull.
Student aged 19 years had been climbing on Gimmer Crag and on his way down after finishing the climb slipped and fell some 100ft. Was lowered a further 80ft. and carried down by stretcher to the O.D.G. Base. Suffered head injuries, was conveyed by Ambulance to County Hospital, Kendal
Two men (one a Priest) aged 29 years and 21 years, fell a considerable distance whilst climbing on Pavey Ark. The Priest suffered leg, hand and facial injuries and his companion rib and thigh injuries. The Team on this occasion was assisted by Kendal Mountain Rescue Team . Both the injured were brought down by stretcher and conveyed to the County Hospital, Kendal.
Student 20 years, climbing solo on Raven Crag, Gt. Langdale, slipped and fell some 80ft. Sustained rib, back and head injuries. Brought down by the Team and conveyed to County Hospital, Kendal, by Ambulance. (Life saved by wearing crash hat).