One of the busiest Mountain Rescue Teams in England. 2018 our 54th year

Male fallen and unable to bear weight, Hart Crag close to Place Fell

Place Fell
Grid reference: NY 40918 17370
On Sunday 30th September, Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called out by North West Ambulance Service to a male who had sustained a leg injury while out walking with friends and family.

The team had just completed a joint medical and ropework training exercise with fellow colleagues from RAF Leeming and Valley MRT's when the call came. The Teams were able to respond immediately to the location of the incident. A team paramedic assessed the casualty's injuries and a request was made for Helimed 58 to transfer the patient to the Cumberland Infirmary Carlisle for further treatment.

The incident was attended by 16 members of the RAF Mountain Rescue Service and 16 members from Patterdale MRT and was a great opportunity to put training into action.