Sutton woman rescued after collapsing in Peak District

A woman from Sutton was rescued in the Peak District over the weekend after collapsing while out walking

Monday, 14th August 2017, 12:45 pm
Updated Monday, 11th September 2017, 1:14 pm

Members of Buxton Mountain Rescue Team received reports of a collapsed walker in Deepdale at around 3.55pm on Sunday August 13.
Fifteen members met at While Lodge car-park at the bottom of Taddington Dale for the climb up towards Deep Dale. 

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East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) personnel were already with the 53-year-old woman from Sutton who was suffering from an acute medical condition. 
An EMAS doctor, who is also a member of Edale mountain rescue team, arrived soon after.
The woman was carried by rescue team members back down to the car-park where an ambulance was waiting to convey her to a Sheffield hospital. 
Team members then cared for and reassured the lady’s eleven-year-old son and her dog until arrangements could be made to take them home.