2019 Incidents


2019-07: 00481 Sarda Callout (SARDA)

Missing person in Hartington area. Person located by local farmer. Stood down en route.

This incident involved 1 team members, and 1 man hours of effort. Elapsed time 1 hours.

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2019-06: 00475 Fallen Walker (YAS Assist)

Fallen Male on steep ground with dislocated left knee.

This incident involved 9 team members, and 16.2 man hours of effort. Elapsed time 1.8 hours.

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2019-05: YAS 9076639 Man fell out of tree (YAS Assist)

A man fell out of a tree and took a long drop down a steep banking near the river. He was assessed by ambulance staff and our team doctor and was escorted to the Ambulance.

This incident involved 8 team members, and 8 man hours of effort. Elapsed time 1 hours.

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2019-04: Yas 9063010 Fallen Horse rider (YAS Assist)

A rider had been thrown from their horse and sustained chest and back injuries. YAS requested our assistance to recover the patient from the incident location to the ambulance. Using a vacuum mattress we immobilised the patient and then transferred her to a stretcher so we could carry her to the ambulance. The patient was subsequently transferred to hospital for treatment.

This incident involved 9 team members, and 12.6 man hours of effort. Elapsed time 1.4 hours.

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2019-03: 00440 Fallen Walker (YAS 9000365) (YAS Assist)

A 35 year old Male fell on the bank of the Damflask Reservoir near Low Bradfield, sustaining lower leg injuries. We carried him by stretcher to the Ambulance.

This incident involved 12 team members, and 13.2 man hours of effort. Elapsed time 1.1 hours.

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2019-02: 00434 Fallen Walker (YAS Assist)

A dog walker had been tripped by her dog and sustained a suspected upper leg injury. We provided assistance to YAS in evacuating her from the trail to a waiting ambulance.

This incident involved 7 team members, and 9.8 man hours of effort. Elapsed time 1.4 hours.

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2019-01: YAS 8915189 Fallen Walker (Snatch)

Fallen Walker at Langsett above North America Farm. Evacuated by stretcher to ambulance at road head.

This incident involved 15 team members, and 31.5 man hours of effort. Elapsed time 2.1 hours.

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