2021CALLOUTS 18
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10th April 2021
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18

Rescue – Kirby Bank, Cleveland Way

SATURDAY 10TH APRIL 2021 Another call-out - the second of the day and our fourth in less than 24-hours! We were contacted shortly before 1600 hours by the North Yorkshire Police with a report that a male walker had sustained a serious leg injury after falling on the Cleveland Way, roughly midway between Lordstones and Wain Stones. An off-duty doctor…

10th April 2021
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17

Injured Walker – Hutton Low Woods

SATURDAY 10TH APRIL 2021 After a surprisingly quiet period for the Team since the lockdown was eased at the end of March, this Saturday morning saw the third call-out of the weekend so far - in fact, our third within the space of approximately 14-hours! We were contacted shortly before 1000 hours by the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) with…

9th April 2021
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15

Saltburn Search

9TH APRIL 2021 We were contacted during the evening by Cleveland Police to assist in the search for a vulnerable gentleman from Marske who was missing and was possibly in the Saltburn area. Team members were contacted and sent, together with our Incident Control vehicle and two Land Rovers, to an RV-point in Saltburn. Upon arrival we were deployed into…

21st March 2021
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14

Eston Hills Call-out

SUNDAY 21ST MARCH 2021 We were contacted by the North East Ambulance Service in the afternoon to assist their ambulance crews who were attending a report of an injured motorcyclist in Eston Hills. Police, Fire and Air Ambulance units were also en route to the scene. Team members were alerted and two double-crewed Land Rover ambulances were dispatched. Another Team…

20th March 2021
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13

Search – Middlesbrough area

SATURDAY 20TH MARCH 2021 At 0539 hours we were contacted by Cleveland Police with a request to help in a search for a vulnerable missing person. Team members were called out from home and requested to report to an RV-point in the Middlesbrough area for deployment. Shortly after the first Team members arrived on scene, together with our two Land…

7th March 2021
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12

Search – Guisborough area

SUNDAY 7TH MARCH 2021 We were contacted by Cleveland Police during the afternoon with a request to assist them in searching for a man who was missing in their area. A number of Team members reported to our Base and after being briefed were allocated to search parties covering areas between Guisborough and Great Ayton. During the evening one of…

23rd February 2021
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11

Roseberry Topping

TUESDAY 23RD FEBRUARY 2021 At around 1800 hours we were contacted about two women who had walked up towards the summit of Roseberry Topping but felt unsafe descending in the high winds that were prevalent throughout the day. Our Call-out Officer was able to contact the women by phone in order to reassure them and to confirm their location which…

16th February 2021
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10

Ambulance Assistance – Westerdale

TUESDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 2021 The Yorkshire Ambulance Service contacted the Team at approximately 1700 hours with a request to assist an ambulance crew at a remote Westerdale location. They were unable to get the ambulance close to the property and needed our help to transport the patient to the ambulance approximately half a mile away. Upon arrival one of our…

12th February 2021
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9

Assistance to District Nurse – snow at Glaisdale Rigg

FRIDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 2021 Our colleagues at Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team were contacted in the morning with a request to provide assistance to a District Nurse whose vehicle was unable to get through snow whilst she was carrying out a home visit. The Scarborough Team used the Phone Find facility to establish that the nurse was stranded at…

4th February 2021
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8

District Nurse Assistance – Loftus (2 of 2)

THURSDAY 4TH FEBRUARY 2021 Following on from the assistance provided on Wednesday evening (see call-out 7/2021) to a District Nurse to reach a patient in Loftus, we received a further request (from another nurse) in relation to the same patient at 0445 hours the following morning. Although the water level had dropped slightly it was still deemed impassable for the…