A 16 year old youth fell 60 feet, sustaining multiple injuries including head injuries. The Team assisted by R.A.F. Stafford M.R.T. administered first aid then the casualty was flown by R.A.F. helicopter to hospital.
The Team was requested to take baby food to the Kirkstone Pass Inn where two families had been stranded in the blizzards of the previous day. The Team's specially equipped Land Rover reached the pass and brought the families back to Windermere Police station.
A very large man (18st.) collapsed with chest pains. He had a history of pains, but had not told anyone. Oops! He was treated with medication and his condition was monitored while he was transferred to hospital.
A 30 year old man from Morecambe fell off a sledge. He received facial and chest injuries. He was carried of the hill by stretcher, before receiving treatment by one of the Team Doctors. Weather conditions: Very Cold. ICE & SNOW. Clear. Dry.
A 25 year old man from Liverpool slipped and fell on ICE and sustained leg and pelvic injuries. He was carried by the Team, assisted by Patterdale M.R.T., on'a stretcher to an ambulance, then to hospital at Kendal. Footnote: No crampons or ICE AXE. Weather conditions: As in Call-out No. 5.