While the Langdale Ambleside Mountain rescue team was dealing with an injured paraglider near the summit of Harrison Stickle two team members who were completing their ’blue light driver training’ assisted Cumbria Police and North West Ambulance Service NHS trust with a head-on motorbike collision on Kirkstone Pass.
Sunday the 16th of April turned out to be a busy day for the Lake district mountain rescue team as well as assisting with the motorbike collision they also helped two lost walkers (via phone) to safely navigate their way off Dove Crag in the mist.
Langdale Ambleside Mountain rescue like all our mountain rescue teams relies heavily on donations to keep going, if you would like to find out more about their work or support them in any way you can visit their site here.
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