The team were called to Thorpe Cloud at Dovedale to a man who had fallen down a steep scree slope.
The incident happened when two men in their early twenties were descending from the popular hill down a steep slope covered with small loose pebbles. One of the men lost his footing and tumbled around 20 feet down the hill, injuring his left ankle.
The team, along with a WMAS ambulance crew, an air ambulance and the Alstonfield and Wetton First Responders attended the scene and a team Land Rover was used to ford the shallow river in order to drive the casualty back across the river and to a waiting road ambulance. He was then taken to North Staffs Hospital for further treatment.
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