INCIDENT 75/2021 – SEPTEMBER 21st TUE. 19.05 – DESCENT FROM INGLEBOROUGH, HORTON in RIBBLESDALE, NORTH YORKSHIRE – MOUNTAIN INCIDENT

A three peaks walker (f, 22) was reported to have fallen, sustaining an ankle injury, on the descent from Ingleborough towards Horton in Ribblesdale. One companion remained with her, while the other members of their larger group continued.  As they were nervous about nearby cattle, NYP advised them to take shelter a little way off the route. Two CRO members took a team Land Rover in from Selside towards ‘Sulber…

INCIDENT 56/2021 – AUGUST 1st SUN. 20.48 – FELL CLOSE, INGLEBOROUGH, INGLETON, NORTH YORKSHIRE – MOUNTAIN INCIDENT

Two walkers (f, f), one with an ankle injury so she could only hobble, reported themselves ‘lost, in a field with sheep’, although they could see the railway and both roads to Ribblehead. A small group of team members was able to drive almost to the walkers in a team Land Rover, assist them to it, then return them to their car in Horton in Ribblesdale. Volunteer hours: t.b.c.  …

INCIDENT 52/2021 – JULY 23rd FRI. 14.51 – SWINE TAIL, INGLEBOROUGH, NORTH YORKSHIRE – MOUNTAIN INCIDENT

A walker keyed 999, telling North Yorkshire Police that two other walkers were calling for help, that he was on the Swine Tail and that he was heading towards the pair to investigate. The Duty Controller was unable to call the reporting party back*, so there was no further information. As members began responding, a strange message was received from Yorkshire Ambulance Service; it included only a house address in…

INCIDENT 47/2021 – JULY 10th SAT. 22.05 – INGLEBOROUGH, NORTH YORKSHIRE – MOUNTAIN INCIDENT

North Yorkshire Police received a call from an obviously distressed Three Peaks walker (f, 32) who said she was lost on Ingleborough. The sound quality was very poor, then the call dropped out altogether. Force Control Room personnel recorded that there had been an earlier call from the group she had been walking with, reporting that she ‘got left behind’. On being alerted, CRO controllers were unable to contact the…