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Incident No: 05 2017

Date: Saturday 4 February 2017
Time: 09.00hrs
Location: Arden Hall, Hawnby

Whilst over half the Team were in the Cairngorms winter training, the remaining few were requested to assist with an ongoing search in North Yorkshire. Alongside North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team and other MRTs in the North East region we provided additional resources to Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team.

Sadly a body was located by one of the search groups. Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of the missing person.

The incident involved six members for 4 hours 30 minutes.


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Incident No: 04 2017

Date: Saturday 21 January 2017
Time: 04.33hrs
Location: Clay Bank, North Yorkshire Moors

In the early hours of yesterday morning, our Search and Rescue Dog handler was called to assist Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team. The search involving MRTs and search dogs from across North Yorkshire and the North East resulted in a positive outcome.

The incident involved two Team members for 6 hours 30 minutes.


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*** Incident No.34 ***

Thursday 28th July 2016, 13.13hrs

Yesterday North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team and ourselves received a request from Teesdale and Weardale Search and Mountain Rescue Team for assistance. Teesdale had been searching through the night for a male in his 80s, who was missing from home in the Darlington area, and required additional resources for the ongoing search.

A Land Rover and Team members responded immediately, with others able to attend later in the afternoon. The members worked alongside the Police, Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team, mountain rescue search dogs and Teesdale & Weardale SMRT to search the priority areas.

Thankfully the man was found by one of the search groups after 4 hours of searching. He was evacuated to a crewed Ambulance for onward transfer to hospital. We hope the man is able to leave hospital very soon.

A great effort involving many resources from across the North East.

The incident involved 8 Team members (4 responding immediately) for 7 hours 45 minutes.


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