Crowberry Haws 24th June 2014 10:47hrs 22/2014
The weather was dry, cloudy but mild.
A gentleman had slipped whilst walking with his family and suffered facial injuries.
A land rover was quickly deployed to the casualty whilst the Great North Air Ambulance also made its way to the area. He was checked over and given oxygen, and then assessed by the Air Ambulance Doctor as being fit for transfer to a land ambulance. A second land rover took the remaining family party back to their vehicle and the casualty was driven to the Mountain Rescue Base. He was later taken to Furness General Hospital.
7 Personnel attended this call out which took 1¾ hours.