At 15:57, CVSRT were alerted to an incident at Caley Crag near Otley, where Yorkshire Ambulance Service were requesting assistance to locate and evacuate an injured female climber who had fallen awkwardly whilst bouldering and had sustained a lower leg injury.
15 CVSRT members were available to respond instantly and made their way to location either in team vehicles or directly. Once on-scene, team members administered pain relief and then when the lady was comfortable she was packaged and evacuated to the waiting ambulance.
In attendance: 15 CVSRT
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
Total Duration: 4hrs 3mins
- Date Wednesday, 22 February 2017
- Location Caley Crags, Otley
- Grid Reference SE 22420 44548
- Latitude 53.896624
- Longitude -1.6603082
- Man Hours 57.7
- Members In Attendance 15
CVSRT received a request from Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) to assist with the evacuation of an injured female who had fallen whilst walking at Caley Crags near Otley, and had sustained a closed ankle fracture.
Once on-scene team members carried the casualty by stretcher for approx. 1km to the waiting ambulance for onward journey to hospital.
- Date Wednesday, 20 July 2016
- Location Caley Crags, Otley Chevin
- Grid Reference SE 21700 44200
- Latitude 53.893527
- Longitude -1.6712892
- Man Hours 36.4
- Members In Attendance 13