Kendal

Incident Report #87 2012

87
Fri, 16th November 2012, 18:30

We were requested to assist Kendal MRT with a search for an elderly woman missing in the Scout Scar area of Kendal. Team members went through to assist, but thankfully the lady was located safely.

Man Hours: 
7 team members for 1.5 hours
Unique Incident ID: 
3044

Incident Report #29 2011

29
Wed, 6th April 2011, 00:10

With most of Kendal MRT committed to a search in the Howgill area, we were requested to assist them with an urban search for a missing despondant male. Nothing was found following a search of open ground, palyoing fields and housing estates

Man Hours: 
11 team members fro 3 hours
Unique Incident ID: 
2879

Incident Report #7 2006

7
Fri, 10th February 2006, 14:35

We were requested to assist Kendal MRT with a search for a person missing in the Scout Scar area.

Man Hours: 
40
Unique Incident ID: 
2201

Incident Report #10 2004

10
Fri, 20th February 2004, 09:00

The team was asked to assist the Police with a search of an inaccessible stretch of river bank in connection with the discovery of a young woman's body.

Unique Incident ID: 
2004

Incident Report #38 2002

38
Mon, 19th August 2002, 14:30

We were requested to assist Kendal MRT with the rescue of a horse rider who had fallen from her horse, breaking her leg. We arrived at the same time as the Air Ambulance, so left it to them.
 

Unique Incident ID: 
1882

Incident Report #60 1994

60
Wed, 22nd June 1994, 09:30
The team were asked to attend the scene of a murder, the area was craggy and steep. The teams climbing equipment was used to aid police officers in their search for evidence.
Unique Incident ID: 
1251

Innovation award for Cumbrian mountain rescue

Award for innovation for Cumbrian mountain rescue teams

Nick Owen, LAMRT Team Leader was present at the recent Cumbria Tourism Awards to accept an award on behalf of ALL Lake's teams for their innovation in the use of modern technology, for the benefit of visitors to Cumbria.

The award was created by sculptor, Chris Brammall, whose dad, Andy, was actually an LAMRT member and search dog handler in the past

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