Category: Callouts

Below you’ll find a list of all of our callouts

42: Callout Sunday 25th November 2018

  • Type – Lost walkers
  • Location –Western edges, Kinder Scout
  • Time – 16.30
  • Team members – 29 plus Buxton MRT, Edale MRT, Glossop MRT and SARDA search dogs.
  • Duration – 4 Hours or 116 Volunteer Hours
  • Volunteer hours so far this year –  2032.25

With Rescue 912 having just left with our casualty from callout 41, we Read More…

41: Callout Sunday 25th November 2018

  • Type – Collapsed walker
  • Location – Kinder Reservoir
  • Time – 14.25
  • Team members – 21 plus HMCG Rescue 912
  • Duration – 2 Hours or 42 Volunteer Hours
  • Volunteer hours so far this year –  1916.25

The team were just completing an exercise on the Kinder plateau and were just arriving back at our vehicles.  We received Read More…

40: Thursday 8th November 2018

Two walkers had become lost in fading light on the Kinder Plateau. The Peak District Mountain Rescue Organisation Duty Controller was unable to get a GPS from their phone and we had no meaningful information about their route. The Kinder Plan was initiated to search the whole of the plateau using Kinder MRT, Buxton MRT, Edale MRT, Glossop MRT, SARDA search dogs and coastguard helicopter. The walkers were found just off the old Pennine Way around Crowden Head by Kinder 1. They were uninjured and able to walk off the hill. Kinder 1 handed the walkers over to Buxton MRT at the edge path and they were walked down to their start point at Edale.

39: Callout Sunday 4th November 2018

The team were notified by the police of a potential vulnerable person in the area. Following discussions with the police, it was decided to focus our search around the reservoir area. Our team SARDA handler was tasked to search the perimeter whilst other parties searched nearby wooded areas. The dog indicated a possible find in the reservoir so water trained personnel from both our team and the Fire Brigade were mobilised to search the reservoir by boat. Nothing was found and we were stood down.

Neale Pinkerton

Team Leader

38: Callout Thursday 25th October 2018

  • Type – Lost walkers
  • Location – Crowden Head area, Kinder Scout
  • Time – 17.20
  • Team members – 26
  • Duration – 4 Hours or   104 Volunteer Hours
  • Volunteer hours so far this year –  1654.25

Two walkers had become lost whilst following the old Pennine Way across the middle of the Kinder Plateau in poor visibility Read More…

37: Callout Tuesday 23rd October 2018

  • Type – Injured walker
  • Location – Crowden Head, Kinder Scout
  • Time – 14.20
  • Team members – 21 KMRT, Buxton MRT, Edale MRT and S92 Coastguard Helicopter
  • Duration – 7.5 Hours or   157.5 Volunteer Hours
  • Volunteer hours so far this year –  1550.25

We were called to assist a lady with a broken ankle in the Read More…

36: Callout Sunday 21st October 2018

We were contacted at 13.55 by the ambulance service for possible assistance to an injured mountain biker in the New Mills area. We had just finished a rope rescue exercise at Tegg’s Nose Country Park near Macclesfield. Our response vehicle and some team members set off back towards New Mills, as everyone else packed up the rope rescue equipment.

35: Callout Saturday 29th September 2018

We were tasked to assist a female walker with a lower leg injury. With initial team availability very low, we requested assistance from BMRT who began making their way to the casualty from Edale as we approached from Hayfield. Helimed was requested but was not able to land at the location to evacuate them, though their doctor was able to get out to do an assessment alongside our casualty carer.

We carried her to the top of Jacobs Ladder where she was loaded into our LandRover and driven back to Hayfield before being passed to a land ambulance for transport to hospital.

Neale Pinkerton

Team Leader

34: Callout Sunday, 23rd September 2018

We were called at 11:30 to assist a gentleman around Noe Stool on Kinder who had scalded his ankle with boiling water from a stove. His ankle had blistered badly and he was no longer able to put his boot on nor walk. We were able to provide first aid treatment on scene and then stretcher him to our landrover ambulance at the top of Jacob's Ladder. We drove him and his friend down to Hayfield and then on to Edale, where his friend drove him to hospital.

33: Callout Saturday, 18 Aug 18

We were called at 15:10 by the North West Ambulance Service. A mountain biker had fallen in the wooded valley at the river Goyt in Offerton and sustained serious injuries. NWAS medics were on scene, as were the Fire Service, but they required assistance with the evacuation.

We lifted the casualty on to our stretcher, carried him up the steep slopes and loaded him into our landrover ambulance.

A short drive and we transferred the casualty to the NWAS land ambulance.