Category: Callouts

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

23: Callout Saturday 17th June 2017

We were called out in response to a concerned walker who had seen a mountain biker in distress on the Pennine Bridleway between Hayfield and Rushup Edge. We searched the bridleway and the escape routes but found nothing.

False alarm with good intent.

Dave Eustace
Deputy Team Leader

22: Callout Wednesday 14th June 2017

During our monthly Wednesday training session, we got a request to assist BMRT with a fallen climber at Windgather Rocks. We quickly despatched 2 vehicles to the location but were stood down as they got there as the casualty had been dealt with.

Neale Pinkerton

Team Leader

21: Callout Saturday 3rd June 2017

We were called to assist a rider who had fallen and suffered an open wound to his arm. Due to the severity, Helimed had also been tasked and were able to get there first to assess, treat and evacuate him to hospital.

Neale Pinkerton

Team Leader

20: Callout Friday 2nd June 2017

The team were called by GMP at 20:15 to assist in the search for a High Risk Missing Vulnerable. Following a search of the area surrounding Pear Mill, including Woodbank Park and Vernon Park, we were unable to locate the Misper and the team were stood down at 00:30. GMP continue to look for the person.

Neale Pinkerton

Team Leader

17: Callout Thursday 4th May 2017

We were called by NWAS for assistance with a male who had fallen down a steep embankment and was not easily accessible. As we were mobilising for a possible crag rescue we were stood down.

Dave Eustace

Deputy Team Leader

16: Callout Friday 14th April 2017

We were called to provide water search resources to assist Edale MRT in a search they had going on in Sheffield. 2 of our Swift Water Technicians (SRT’s) complete with raft and other kit drove over to assist in the search. The misper was located by police and the teams stood down.

Neale Pinkerton

Team Leader

15: Callout Sunday 9th April 2017

We were called to assist a walker with a reported dislocated knee. His position was initially reported as under Kinder Downfall. However, following a very broken telephone conversation, it became apparent that that as not correct and that they were intact somewhere off the southern edge in one of the cloughs.