A man approaching a scramble on Horn Crag, Grasmere, discovered a body at the base of the crag. A difficult technical evacuation ensued and the body was recovered and handed over to the authorities
A 74-year-old male was reported overdue from a walk over the Langdale Pikes, having not returned for some conserable time after he was expected. A search was being organised when he turned up exhausted and suffering with a reocurrance of an old knee injury
A man slipped on wet ground and sustained a suspected fracture to his lower leg. He was treated by team members and we were in the process of evacuating him by stretcher when a Royal Navy helicopter flew past. We flagged it down and it helpfully agreed to fly the injured man down to Ambleside. We all walked back...
A woman fell and sustained a head injury. The team responded and an RAF Seaking was requested to assist. The woman was treated by team members and evacuated by helicopter to West Cumberland Hospital
Two people became lost in blizzard conditions. They phoned for help. They were eventually located at around 7.15pm, and escorted to the valley, cold but unhurt. The conditions they encountered were just as forecast, so should not have been a surprise to anyone.<td>
During a very bad thunderstorm, the Team, assisted by RAF Linton M.R.T, went to the aid of a 45 year old man from Winchester who had been struck by lightening and DIED. His wife sustained burnt feet and shock. The Teams conveyed the body down and escorted others to safety
A search was mounted with assistance from S.A.R.D.A., Furness, Kendal and Patterdale Teams for a solo fellwalker who left a route card at a youth hostel but never returned. Teams searched for 11/2 days for this youth from York University. Located by police at a Keswick Youth Hostel.
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!
While rescue 101 was taking place we were made aware of a casualty with a lower leg injury on the way from Easedale Tarn. Due to being committed to the previous rescue we were assisted by Kendal MRT.