A woman slipped while descending Loughrigg and sustained an ankle fracture. We know this because she was a doctor, and she had a floppy foot , and was holding it on when we got to her ... her injury was stabilised and she was evacuated to Ambleside for onward transfer to hospital.
Male (71), of Sheffield, slipped on wet rocks and sustained head and spinal injuries on Todd Crag, Loughrigg. He was carried down the fell on a stretcher by the team and taken to the County Hospital, Kendal. Footnote: This man was very well equipped and experienced but the weather condtions were very bad with rain, mist and ground conditions were very wet and slippery.
Male (18 years) of Walthamstow, London, slipped and fell 40 feet into a gulley on Todd Crag, Loughrigg. He sustained serious multiple injuries and was taken down the fell on a stretcher by the team, and then to the County Hospital, Kendal.
Footnote: This youth was larking about with three friends when he slipped. He had no previous experience of the fells and no proper clothing (tee shirt and jeans) or footwear (smooth soled shoes). None of his so called friends accompanied him to hospital.
A woman sustained a reoccurrence of an old groin injury near the summit of Loughrigg. She was treated by the team and stretchered to our ambulance fo rtransport off the fell.
Information was received that a 33 year old runner from Chorley had broken his leg near the summit. Not at that location. Next location was Fox Ghyll. This was also negative. Eventually found limping along road near Ambleside Rugby Club. Treated at Clubhouse by Team Doctor.
Very slippery conditions underfoot may have caused a 65 year old lady from Sutton Coldfield to fall and sustain a compound fracture to her leg.
Search recommenced for women missing since 30th November. Teams from Bowland Pennine and Duddon MRTs plus dogs from SARDA were called to assist following the reciept of new information