A man was reported feeling dizzy and unwell between Hart Crag and Dove Crag on the Fairfield Horseshoe ridge. The initial position was given as Fairfield, but we were able to refine that after talking to the casualty site. The team was alerted, along with the air ambulance. The man was recovered by air ambulance before we got there, so we were able to turn round after a long, bumpy drive and a short walk
A man slipped while descending from Fairfield summit and fractured his ankle. We called Kendal MRT to assist, because of the long carry out. Luckily, an RAF helicopter in the area offered its services and spared us the trouble.
A couple became lost on Hart Crag. The team was mobilised to look for them, when we were notified that they had been located by a Kendal MRT member walking in the area. He was walking them down to safety, but they were running out of daylight with only his torch, so we sent a couple of team members up with spare lights and helped them down.
Two people became benighted on Hart Crag. They phoned the Police for help and we worked out where they where, and we went and got them. They had a GPS, and a torch but couldn't find there way down. They had set off to walk up to Stone Arthur and back.
Man, aged 24 years from Liverpool, walking with a party on Fairfield, became parted from them, about 3 p.m. Search made in co-ordination with Patterdale Team, found in Hart Cragg about 12 midnight. Very little worse for incident. Dressed in Duffle coat and leggings, hardly suitable for conditions.
A lone woman became lost after taking the wrong direction of Fairfield summit. She had actually headed south east instead of north, and became concerned as ground steepened in the Hart Crag area. She phoned for help, and taking into account a medical condition, it was decided to search of her. We were assisted by Patterdale MRT, who located just below Hart Crag summit. She was escorted back to her accommodation in Patterdale.