Search Dog Megan with handler Dave Mason were on their way to support three teams taking part in a search for a man on Kinder Scout. When the Kinder Scout casualty was located by another Peak District search dog, Dave and Megan were diverted to assist with another simultaneous rescue in the Goyt Valley. See team calls No: 60 & 61 on 25th September.
Search Dog Call Outs
Search and Rescue Dog, Megan with handler Dave Mason called to join a multi-team search of Kinder Scout in very poor weather conditions. See team call-out number 52.
A fruitless journey for Buxton Search Dog Handler, Dave Mason, when he and Search Dog Megan were called with other search dogs to assist Glossop Mountain rescue Team.
A group of eleven walkers had become lost and confused in wild, wet conditions on Bleaklow during the night. Dave and Megan travelled thirty miles from Matlock to help in the search to find that a Glossop MRT foot section had just located the group. The group, all safe if wet and cold, were escorted from the moor and Dave returned home.
A Buxton Search Dog unit was asked to join the team in searching for a child who had become separated from the family group.
The dog team was stood down en-route when the missing child was safely located.
See Team Call Out on same date for further details.
Buxton’s Search and Rescue Dog “Megan” with handler, Dave Mason, joined the hunt in the early hours on Easter Monday looking for the missing family on Kinder Scout. See Team Call-out No. 23/2014.
Search Dog, Megan, and her handler were called to asssit Edale, Woodhead and Glossop MRTS with a search for a mountain biker who had reported himself lost and cold above the Upper Derwent reservoirs.
An intensive search in poor weather of known mountain bike routes in addition to open moorland was conducted.
The biker was located cold, but otherwise unharmed, by a member of the public and members of Woodhead MRT.
A long night search in freezing conditions was rewarded when a 38 year old lady from Doncaster was located by the rescue teams and brought to safety by an RAF Seaking helicopter.
A Buxton Team dog unit was used to clear land surrounding Edale station and car park.
see post for team call-out for details.
Search dog, Megan, and her handler called to assist the 3 Peak District teams involved in searching for walkers lost in mist.
On arrival at site, a foot section had already located the lost party so the dog unit was not deployed. More details for team call-out on same date.
Search Dog, Megan, and her handler, along with other team members, responded to a call-out triggered by distress flares at the Roaches.
Full details are as recorded under team post for the same incident.
Search Dog Megan, with a number of other dogs including two which had travelled down from Calder Valley in the mid-pennine region, were tasked to the major search of Buxton. See team call-out 66.