The team were contacted by a farmer who had a lamb trapped in a small culvert, and was unable to extricate it. A small party of team members was dispatched to attempt the recovery. The lamb was stuck in a 15″ diameter disused culvert, where it had gone to seek some shade, and then got stuck, moving deeper underground, as it was unable to turn around. Attempts to hook the…
A walker (f,37) went over on an ankle, coming off the bottom of the Cove steps. After pain relief and splinting, she was taken by CRO vehicle down to Malham village for transfer to a road ambulance. Volunteer hours: 24
Yorkshire Ambulance Service asked for assistance when someone fell from a bridge into the beck. Very quickly, however, they were advised that there was road access, so a rescue team was not needed.
A walker (m,50) dislocated his left kneecap, high up on Ingleborough. CRO members immobilised the leg, gave him pain relief and put him onto a stretcher. He was carried and ‘sledged’ down to a CRO Land Rover, driven to the road-head and transferred to a Yorkshire Ambulance Service road ambulance, waiting in Chapel-le-dale. Volunteer hours: 70