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Date: Sat 12 Oct 2019

Team members involved: 13

Horseshoe quarry

Incident 112 - Saturday 12th October 2019, 11.25 A request from East Midlands Ambulance to attend a fallen climber with an ankle injury in Horseshoe Quarry Stoney Middleton. Local team members were quickly on scene and found that the party with the aid of other climbers had started to evacuate the Casualty back towards the car park. After a quick assessment by team members the casualty was handed over to the EMAS crew who arrived shortly after. Thanks to all those who assisted with the evacuation which meant we could all return to our normal weekend activities quickly.


Date: Sun 06 Oct 2019

Team members involved: 13

Boleshill Sheffield

Incident 111 - Sunday 6th October 2019, 17.00 The team received a direct call for assistance from Yorkshire Ambulance Service regarding a young cyclist who had taken a tumble on the mountain bike tracks in the bolehill area of Sheffield. The ambulance crew had managed to access the casualty but were unable to evacuate them back up through the muddy woodland. The team managed a rapid response, packed the casualty and brought them back up to the waiting ambulance on a mountain rescue stretcher.


Date: Thu 03 Oct 2019

Team members involved: 7

Loxley Common

Incident 110 - Thursday 3rd October 2019, 11:48 The team was contacted by Woodhead MRT to assist them with an injured dog walker on Loxley Common. The injured person was treated by team members and then evacuated back to an ambulance at the roadside.


Date: Wed 02 Oct 2019

Team members involved: 10

Padley Gorge

Incident 109 - Wednesday 2nd October 2019, 13:03hrs The team were called to the Padley Gorge area to assist a walker who had slipped and fallen in the river. With recent rains the paths were very muddy and slippery, and the stream had a fair bit of water flowing down it. Fortunately, the walker was assisted by other passing walkers to the bank. However, pre-existing medical issues meant they were struggling to mobilise after their impromptu dunking. The first team members on scene were able to assist the uninjured but cold walker back to the road and re-united them with the warmth of their car. After assessment by the team doctor the walker was happy to return home to dry off and warm up, uninjured but soggy!


Date: Fri 27 Sep 2019

Team members involved: 6

Chatsworth house

Incident 108 - Friday 27th September 2019 16:55hrs We were alerted to an incident at the Cascades in Chatsworth House Gardens where a visitor had slipped and injured themselves. A Buxton MR team member was trying to comfort and give the person some help but with the cold and wet conditions she was concerned for the casualties welfare. The team was asked to send a vehicle and some local team members to move the casualty to warmer and drier conditions until the ambulance arrived. On the arrival of the team vehicle and two team members the ambulance had also arrived and managed to get the casualty into the EMAS ambulance so the rest of the team were stood down on route.


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