Incident 31/2016 – May 10th Tue. 15.21 – Ingleborough, North Yorkshire – Mountain Rescue

While descending the bridleway from Ingleborough to Ingleton, a walker (f,68) tripped on a rock, just a few hundred meters above Crina Bottom. She sustained facial, wrist and suspected rib injuries and was treated by paramedics from the air- and land ambulances. She was then carried by stretcher to a CRO vehicle, which transported her down to an ambulance waiting on Storrs Common. Volunteer hours: 16 TwitterPrintFacebookGoogle+emailLinkedinStumbleUpon

Incident 30/2016 – May 7th Sat. 21.06 – Ingleborough, North Yorkshire – Mountain Rescue

A Three Peaks walker (m,24) pulled a hamstring, descending from Ingleborough to Simon Fell Breast. His four companions helped him as best they could, but realised they would not make it to Horton in Ribblesdale. With CRO on the way, they reached Sulber Nick, where they were met by CRO and transported off the hill. Volunteer hours: 14 TwitterPrintFacebookGoogle+emailLinkedinStumbleUpon

Incident 29/2016 – May 7th Sat. 20.11 – Ingleborough, North Yorkshire – Mountain Rescue

Two Three Peaks walkers (both m,20) called for an ambulance, saying that one was unable to continue (legs seized), that they were ‘at the base of Ingleborough’ and ‘can see the B6479’. Their phone was then unavailable to calls and texts from the CRO duty controller. As a local CRO member was covering the road between Selside and Horton, the licensee of The Old Hill Inn, Chapel le dale, rang…

Incident 28/2016 – May 7th Sat. 17.43 – Whernside, North Yorkshire – Mountain Rescue

Two Three Peaks walkers (both f,16) were reported missing, having turned round near the summit of Whernside, five hours earlier, intending to return to Ribblehead. Their organiser had issued them with a 1:70,500 ‘overview’ map downloaded from the internet (“They cannot read a map.”), one was asthmatic and they had left a rucksac and an inhaler in the organiser’s car. As CRO members were deploying to backtrack from Ribblehead to…