Date: 16 September 2018
Location: Walltown Quarry, Hadrian’s Wall
Late afternoon yesterday North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team and ourselves were responded to a request from North East Ambulance Service. A walker had slipped and sustained a leg injury a few hundred yards from the car park at Walltown Quarry on Hadrian’s Wall.
Vehicles and #volunteer members were swiftly deployed to RV at Walltown Quarry. #PhoneFind, a SMS location tool, was used to pin point the exact location of the casualty.
Local members liaised with the on scene NEAS Community Paramedic and Ambulance crew. The casualty was then evacuated a short distance on the NEAS stretcher as our other resources arrived at the RVP.
The incident involved 19 Team members for 2 hours 30 minutes.
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Date: 27 August 2018
Location: Sycamore Gap, Hadrian’s Wall
Our quiet period came to end earlier today when Northumbria Police requested Mountain Rescue’s support in evacuating an injured female walker on Hadrian’s Wall. The female had been stabilised by a Northumberland National Park Ranger before the Team’s and North of Tyne MRT’s members arrived.
Two North East Ambulance Service Paramedics were also transported to the scene. They provided pain relief before the walker was evacuated in a Mountain Rescue Landrover to the road at Steel Rigg.
We wish the walker a speedy recovery and would like to thank the Ranger and a passing Doctor for their assistance.
The incident involved 22 Team members for 2 hours 30 minutes.
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Date: 4 July 2018
Location: Crag Lough, Hadrian’s Wall
Mid-afternoon yesterday a climber fell from Crag Lough and sustained serious injuries. The North East Ambulance Service requested the assistance of North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team and ourselves and within 9 minutes our volunteers were en-route with two Team 4x4s deployed.
The Doctor and Paramedic from the Great North Air Ambulance Service were first on scene and assessed, treated and stabilised the casualty.
Given the difficult, unstable terrain below the crag and the worsening condition of the casualty, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) search and rescue helicopter was requested with a view to winching the casualty on board. Thankfully a helicopter from Caernarfon was training in the Lake District and swiftly arrived on scene.
Great multi-agency teamwork then led to the successful evacuation of the injured climber to hospital. We hope he makes a full and swift recovery, and is back out climbing again very soon.
The incident involved 25 Team members for 3 hours 15 minutes.
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Date: 24 June 2018
Location: Edges Green, near Hadrian’s Wall
Last Sunday was a busy day for the Team with an ongoing incident at Greenhead and a rescue cover for the Hadrian’s Wall Half Marathon. Along with the usual minor scrapes and scratches to deal with, the Team dealt with one casualty who presented themselves at Checkpoint 6 with more serious signs and symptoms.
The competitor was assessed and treated on the course by one of our Casualty Carers, before being transported to the event finish for assessment by one of the Paramedics in the Team. Advice was given should the competitor experience any worsening of their condition.
Everyone else had an injury free run in glorious sunshine.
The incident involved 6 Team members for 1 hour.
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Date: 26 August 2017
Location: Housesteads, Hadrian’s Wall
The Team and North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team were contacted by Northumbria Police to assist in locating and evacuating a male who was suffering severe chest pains. The request for assist had come initially from the North East Ambulance Service.
The male was located 1/4 mile from Milecastle 37 just to the west of Housesteads. Due to the nature of the male’s condition, helicopter support was requested. The Great North Air Ambulance Service responded and was able to land on near the casualty, before flying them to hospital.
The incident involved 2 Team members for 56 minutes.
Date: 30 July 2017
Location: Caw Gap, Hadrians Wall
The North East Ambualance Service requested our assistance, along with North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team, to help extract a female casualty from a difficult to access location along the Hadrians Wall path. The casualty had fallen, sustaining limb and head injuries. She was treated by NEAS before being carried by Mountain Rescue stretcher to a waiting ambulance.
The incident involved 12 Team members for 2.5 hours.
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Date: 25 June 2017
Location: Edges Green, nr Hadrian’s Wall
The Hadrian’s Wall Half Marathon was held yesterday in glorious conditions. The Team’s medics dealt with two competitors who had fallen badly during the event. Their wounds were cleaned and dressed.
A total 14 members were involved for 5 hours providing the rescue cover for the event.
Monday 15th August 2016, 18.02 hrs
The Team along with North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team were called by Northumbria Police to attend an incident on Hadrians Wall east of Housesteads Roman fort. A female walker had slipped and sustained head and rib injuries. Two Team members were close by and quickly arrived on scene. Following initial treatment the walker was transported in Team Land Rover to a waiting NEAS Ambulance.
The incident involved 8 team members for 75 minutes.
The Team along with North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team was requested to attend an incident at Shield on the Wall. A lady had slipped on the muddy path and sustained a lower leg injury. The North East Ambulance Service treated the casualty before we helped to transfer her to the Great North Air Ambulance Service for onward transport to hospital.
The incident involved 9 Team members for 2 hours.
Tuesday 2 August 2016, 20.10hrs
Two boys in their mid to late teens went missing on the Hadrian’s Wall Path yesterday and failed to turn up at the meeting point with their parents. Thankfully soon after Northumbria Police contacted ourselves and North of Tyne MRT, and initial enquiries were being made by one of our incident controllers, the boys turned up safe and well.
We like these types of incidents!
The incident involved 4 members for 20 minutes.