The victim was hiking out of the Tuckerman Bowl at approximately 2:15pm carrying his snowboard. About half way down the trail to Hermit Lake he slipped on some ice, tumbled two or three times and fell along his snowboard. The edge of the board cut through his clothing and put an eight inch long laceration […]
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The victim was sledding on an inner-tube on the floor of the ravine. He was travelling at a high rate of speed when his tube turned him around backwards and he slammed into a chunk of ice at a high rate of speed. The impact with the ice sent him flying and he landed facedown, […]
The victim was hiking up the Right Gully wearing crampons (and had no ice axe) when he fell. He caught his crampon in the fall twisting his ankle. He was lowered down the slope on a 300′ static rope by the MWVSP and a USFS Snow Ranger and put in a litter on the floor […]
The victim was skiing the Chute when he fell approximately 200′ and suffered a knee injury. He was attended to by an EMT in the ravine and assisted to Hermit Lake. His knee was re-splinted by a USFS Snow Ranger allowing him to self evacuate to Pinkham.
The victim was skiing the Chute in the late afternoon when he fell, tumbling about 400′. He suffered multiple bruises and abrasions to his face and arms. He was assisted by his friends to Hermit Lake where he was attended to by the Caretaker. The victim was assisted out to Pinkham by his two friends.
The patient had hiked to the Ravine with his family to ski. During the course of the day he started having significant abdominal pain. The patient was put in a litter and carried out to Pinkham where he was taken by ambulance to the hospital. This rescue took apprximately 15 people 2.5 hours to complete.
The victim was skiing when she hit a “chunk of avalanche debris” on the floor of the ravine and tumbled. She was assisted by another person in the ravine who called for help. Her chief complaints were lower back, neck and shoulder pain so she was immobilized on a backboard, transferred to a litter and […]
The victim was skiing the Sherburne Ski Trail when he fell and suffered a possible dislocated shoulder. He was attended to by his group and self evacuated to Pinkham then to Androscoggin Valley Hospital.
The victim took at 20-30 foot fall in Central Gully and suffered a possible sprained/broken ankle. He and his two partners self rescued to the Harvard Cabin. The victim was put in a litter from the Lion Head first aid cache by the Caretaker and sledded down the Tuckerman Ravine trail to Pinkham. The rescue […]
The victim and partner were camping out on the Summit cone when she became ill during the night. The next day they determined she was too weak to descend on her own and around 9:15 am they called 911 on their cell phone requesting assistance. Due to incorrect information and weather conditions, searchers did not […]
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