INCIDENT 44/2022 JUN 21st  TUE. 10.34 near LONG CHURN CAVE, SELSIDE, NORTH YORKSHIRE – MOUNTAIN INCIDENT

An adult accompanying a school group visit to Long Churn Caves was reported to be having difficulty breathing just as the group had arrived at the cave entrance. CRO team members administered oxygen to aid the women’s breathing and after assessing her medical condition concluded that she was sufficiently stable to be transported down to the road whilst seated in a CRO vehicle. She was then transferred to the care…

INCIDENT 43/2022 JUN 20th  MON. 17.23 CAM FELL, near RIBBLEHEAD, NORTH YORKSHIRE – MOUNTAIN INCIDENT

A competitor in a long distance endurance race suffered an injury to his calf and was unable to continue his participation in the event. CRO were called out to assist and were able to drive a team landrover to the injured person’s location on Cam Road. Whilst on route, CRO team members became aware of a second competitor nearby who was also withdrawing from the event with an injury. Both…

INCIDENT 42/2022 JUN 18th  SAT. 21.56 SIMON FELL BREAST, INGLEBOROUGH, NORTH YORKSHIRE – MOUNTAIN INCIDENT

A three peaks walker had fallen slightly behind his companions during their descent from the summit of Ingleborough. Whilst jogging to catch them up the walker tripped, fell and sustained a fracture to his left leg. His foot had become significantly misaligned. Two CRO team members and a Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) paramedic were able to travel to the injured walker in CRO’s 4×4 buggy. The YAS paramedic gave the…

INCIDENT 41/2022 JUN 18th  SAT. 12.13 ROWTEN POT, KINGSDALE, NORTH YORKSHIRE – ANIMAL INCIDENT

A sheep was reported as being stuck on a ledge about 10 metres down Rowten Pot. CRO team members descended into the pothole and found a rather strong and lively lamb that seemed keen to evade capture. Our team members eventually won the day and the lamb was successfully hauled back to the surface. Volunteer hours: 10 TwitterPrintFacebookemailLinkedinStumbleUpon