Incidents — Mitredale

Mitredale – Sun 9th Jul 2017 – Callout 48 in 2017

We were called by Police about a young walker on a DofE expedition who was suffering a mild asthma attack whilst walking in Mitredale. She was assessed by the team doctor before the group were given a lift back to their vehicles.

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Mitredale – Sun 4th May 2014 – Callout 13 in 2014

NWAS asked the team was asked to attend a casualty with chest pains in Mitredale. The casualty was attended to by team doctors and the air ambulance, the rest of the team was stood down whilst travelling to the incident.

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Mitredale – Fri 28th Aug 2009 – Callout 60 in 2009

Call from the police to go to the rescue of an 18yr male walker who was out with his family walking in Miterdale, Eskdale when he slipped and fractured his leg. An air ambulance was also tasked for this job and managed to evacuate the casualty before the team arrived at the accident location. Incident …

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Mitredale – Sat 9th Oct 2004 – Callout 41 in 2004

The team were called to rescue an 18-year-old woman who suffered an ankle injury in Miterdale, in an area known as the Amphitheatre. The woman, who was taking part in activities as part of the Duke of Edinburgh scheme, was stretchered for two miles to the bottom of the fell. She did not require hospital …

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Mitredale – Sat 6th Dec 2003 – Callout 50 in 2003

The team were called to respond to a ‘999’ call and rescue a local male hunt follower who had collapsed whilst following the local hunt, high on the fells above Mitredale. When the team arrived on scene, his fellow colleagues had been trying hard for some time to revive him but had been unsuccessful. The …

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