The victim injured her knee in a fall while skiing the Lip in Tuckerman Ravine. She was treated by a Snow Ranger and assisted to Hermit Lake by a USFS Snow Ranger and her friends. From there she was transported to Pinkham Notch via snowmobile. The incident took one Snow Ranger and two of the patient’s friends three hours to complete.
The victim was descending the Lion Head winter route when another hiker fell and slid into him. This caused the victim to fall and twist his left knee. He was able to make his way to Hermit Lake where he was attended to by the Mount Washington Volunteer Ski Patrol. He was transported to Pinkham by a USFS Snow Ranger via snowmobile. This incident took 2 people 1 hour.