Patterdale

Incident Report #12 2015

12
Wed, 18th February 2015, 03:34
LAMRT were requested to send our Autopulse batteries to Patterdale to assist with an ongoing rescue of a seriously injured male who was being recovered from the Red Tarn area of Helvellyn.
Man Hours: 
1 team member for 3 hours
Unique Incident ID: 
3275

Incident Report #20 2014

20
Tue, 1st April 2014, 19:40

A small group of team members assisted Patterdale MRT with an incident in their area. Our Autopulse was deployed and our team doctor flew to hospital in a Royal Navy Seaking with the casualty and Autopulse. Keswick MRT, Cumbria Fire Service, NWAS and police were all involved.

Man Hours: 
4 team members for 3 hours
Unique Incident ID: 
3173

Incident Report #27 2012

27
Sun, 6th May 2012, 12:30

We were requested to assist Patterale MRT when a man was reported approximately 24 hours overdue at a rendesvous. Various areas where searched and the man turned up at his meeting point, but later than expected.

Man Hours: 
11 team members for 3 hours
Unique Incident ID: 
2983

Incident Report #26 2012

26
Tue, 24th April 2012, 09:44

The team was alerted regarding an incident that had been reported via a very poor mobile phone contact. It came in as 'Greasedale' Tarn, and thinking Easedale Tarn, the police called us. LAMRT was mobilised to Easedale Tarn,

Man Hours: 
8 team members for 1 hour
Unique Incident ID: 
2982

Incident Report #25 2011

25
Mon, 21st March 2011, 17:00

The team were requested to assist Patterdale MRT with a search for  a couple who had got lost while trying to complete the Fairfield Horseshoe. They were located on Hutable Crag, after the only light source they had, a camera flash was used to find them. They were escorted to Dunmail Raise by team members and returned safety.. no map, torch, compass,

Man Hours: 
20 team members for 5 hours, plus Patterdale MRT and SARDA
Unique Incident ID: 
2875

Incident Report #70 2010

70
Sun, 11th July 2010, 20:17

A man became seperated from his group when they went up Seat Sandal and left him at Grisedale Tarn.

Man Hours: 
2 team members for 1 hour
Unique Incident ID: 
2754

Incident Report #80 2007

80
Sun, 7th October 2007, 17:45

Two women lost their way off Fairfield. They had found a path and thought they were heading for Rydal.

Man Hours: 
24
Unique Incident ID: 
2381

Incident Report #79 2004

79
Fri, 22nd October 2004, 14:38

We were requested to assist Patterdale MRT with the evacuation of a man who had fallen and suffered a suspected depressed skull fracture. We were en-route when we were recalled because the casualty had been successfully evacuated by RAF helicopter.

Unique Incident ID: 
2073

Incident Report #8 2004

8
Wed, 18th February 2004, 16:18

We were made aware of a scout group of consisting 8 children and 2 adults who had got into difficulty near the Priest Hole, Patterdale. This is not our area, but in contacting Patterdale MRT to make them aware, our assistance was requested. Eleven team members and Paddy (dog) went to assist. The group had been attempting to reach the Priest Hole to camp there, but had been overwhelmed by severe weather. We found a group of very cold children, some without footwear. The weather was variable, ranging from still moonlight to force 8 winds and driving snow, but generally deteriorating.

Unique Incident ID: 
2003

Incident Report #8 1994

8
Sun, 16th January 1994, 15:15
Lady fell 500ft past two LAMRT team members climbing below. LAMRT members radioed for assistance then lowered the casualty another 500ft to safer ground and awaited Penrith and Patterdale team, who evacuated the casualty. She sustained multiple injuries.
Unique Incident ID: 
1199
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