INCIDENT 57/2022 JUL. 24th SUN. 12.14 FEIZOR NICK, Nr AUSTWICK, NORTH YORKSHIRE – ANIMAL INCIDENT

A farmer called North Yorkshire Police, requesting CRO’s help, when a sheep became stranded on a limestone outcrop, about 8m from the ground at Feizor Nick. The farmers had tried to reach the sheep but its position was described as ‘perilous without professional help’. Concerned that  a roped descent to the sheep might cause it to jump, a team member climbed up, then restrained and secured the animal so that…

INCIDENT 87/2019 – Oct. 20th. Sun. 16.12hrs – Rock Scramble, Above Humphrey Bottom, Ingleborough, North Yorkshire – Mountain Rescue

Two Three Peaks walkers became crag-fast while ascending the rock scramble above Humphrey Bottom, on Ingleborough. One (f, 31), became very cold in strong winds and low cloud, so could neither continue nor retreat. After being assessed by a team doctor and given extra clothing, she was persuaded to move and was assisted down to a team vehicle, waiting near Braithwaite Wife Hole. Both walkers were driven down to the…

Incident 1/2018 – Jan. 8th Mon. 13.10 Moughton Scar, Crummackdale, North Yorkshire – Animal Rescue

The team’s first call of 2018 occurred when we were contacted by a local farmer, concerned for a sheep that had become stuck about 40 foot up a crag. A small team attended and met with the farmer, and then proceeded to extricate the sheep. The sheep was returned to it’s flock on the fell unharmed. Volunteer hours: 15 TwitterPrintFacebookemailLinkedinStumbleUpon