Incident Report #64 2018

Mon, 30th July 2018, 16:11
Family cragfast on Jack's Rake in poor weather. Recovered to the top
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10 team members for 4.5 hours
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Incident Report #61 2015

Tue, 7th July 2015, 12:36

A father and his two sons became cragfast on Jack's Rake. 

They called for help and the team went to assist; roping them out to the top of the Rake

Man Hours: 
13 team members for 4 hours
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Incident Report #6 2015

Mon, 2nd February 2015, 13:13
A young male became cragfast on Tarn Crag. He was located and escorted to safety
Man Hours: 
9 team members for 2.75 hours
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Incident Report #63 2013

Fri, 9th August 2013, 13:49
Three members of a group of five became cragfast on the lower section of the Rake. They called for help and the team responded. Before we could get to them, other people in the area went to their assistance and got them off. A reported ankle injury proved to be very minor and didn't stop the group from walking off the hill with out any further assistance from us.
Man Hours: 
15 team members for 3 hours
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Incident Report #104 2010

Mon, 6th September 2010, 18:00

A man scrambling up Jack's Rake became cragfast near the top.

Man Hours: 
7 team members for 5 hours
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Incident Report #41 2010

Wed, 14th April 2010, 13:30

Three members of a party of 4 were injured when one fell while scrambling up Dungeon Ghyll. An air ambulance had been called, but was unable to access the casualties due to the steep-sided ravine and the fact that hey were trapped some 20 metres up the rock face.

Man Hours: 
14 team members for 5 hours, plus Air Ambulance and RAF Boulmer
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Incident Report #111 2009

Sun, 8th November 2009, 13:10

A solo male reported himself as cragfast on Jack's Rake. The team was deployed, but recalled shortly afterwards, the man having been assisted by two others who had come across him struggling. With their assistance he was able to get to safer ground and continue to the top.

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Incident Report # 2009

Sat, 12th September 2009, 21:30

A group of 4 were reported overdue from a scrambling trip. They turned up while initial enquiries were being made.

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Incident Report #74 2009

Wed, 29th July 2009, 16:20

A 14-year-old female on an activity holiday suffered a serious and prolonged asthma attack. She was treated initially by her instructors, then by the team, before being evacuated to hospital by helicopter from RAF Valley. Did we get wet...of course we did!

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Incident Report #33 2009

Wed, 8th April 2009, 13:51

A man was hit by rock fall in Easy Gully. He sustained very severe injuries to his ankle. He was treated by team members, evacuated on a stretcher from the crag then airlifted to Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle. His uninjured young son was evacuated on foot to the valley bottom.

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