Blea Crag

Incident Report #16 2019

16
Sun, 3rd March 2019, 22:28
Two young men camped out but we're battered by a storm and couldn't get down next day. They tried to sit out the storm but it knocked their tent down. We were called to recover them having located the using SARLOC
Man Hours: 
9 team members for 2.5 hours
Unique Incident ID: 
3734

Incident Report #89 2016

89
Sun, 27th November 2016, 10:46

Shouts were heard in the vicinity of Blea Crag. We were unable to recontact the informant and were on our way to take a look when it was confirmed that it was a farmer gathering sheep

Man Hours: 
3 team members for 1 hour
Unique Incident ID: 
3484

Incident Report #103 2015

103
Sat, 24th October 2015, 16:07

A tent and various other items were reported abandoned near Blea Crag, Langdale. The equipment was recovered and over two days, couple of searches were mounted to check that occupants were OK.

Unique Incident ID: 
3369

Incident Report #98 2007

98
Sun, 25th November 2007, 12:50

A 64-year-old woman slipped and sustained a suspected dislocated shoulder.

Man Hours: 
37.75
Unique Incident ID: 
2399

Incident Report #7 2001

7
Sun, 18th February 2001, 12:47

A 66-year-old woman suffered a suspected severe Angina attack while walking with friends. The team set off on foot, and a helicopter was requested. We treated the woman and then with some difficulty, got her to the helicopter, which was having difficulty because of the weather.One of the rare occasions when we have to carry uphill. It's not nice!
 

Unique Incident ID: 
1786

Incident Report #26 1974

26
Sun, 15th September 1974, 14:45

Boy (16) of Coventry, suffered exhaustion and mild exposure during a Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme expedition at Castle Howe, Blea Crag, Langdale. The team carried him down the fell on a stretcher and he was treated by the team doctor before being allowed home.
Footnote: These four had no previous fell experience. The weather was rainy, and although their footwear was good, there was no sign of water-proofs. Their equipment was far too heavy, and most of their food was in medium or large tins. They gave the impression that they did not think much to "this fell walking lark".

Unique Incident ID: 
142
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