Mayo MRT were tasked by the National Ambulance Service to assist a walker with a lower leg injury on Ben Gorm at 3:30pm on Saturday the 22nd of August.
The team assembled at Aasleigh Falls and a first response crew located the casualty and treated the injury.
He was then evacuated by stretcher to an awaiting ambulance and the team was stood down a 8:30pm.
Mayo MRT were called by the National Ambulance Service to assist a walker with a wrist injury at 4pm on Croagh Patrick the following day.
A first response team was dispatched and they treated the injury and escorted the casualty off the mountain and to an awaiting ambulance.
The team was stood down at 7:30pm.
However, ten minutes later Mayo MRT was tasked by An Garda Siochana to assist a lady with a lower leg injury near the bottom of Croagh Patrick.
A first response team stabilised the injury and the casualty was stretchered down to the carpark in Murrisk.
The team was stood down again at 9pm.
Mayo MRT was tasked by An Garda Siochana to assist an elderly man in difficult on Croagh Patrick on Saturday the 28th of August at 10:50am.
After some discussion with their Deputy Team Leader, the man was able to make his way safely down unassisted.
The team was not called out and the incident was closed at 1:30pm when the man was safely off the mountain.
Directly after that call, Mayo MRT were tasked by the National Ambulance Service to assist a man near the top of Croagh Patrick suffering from heat stroke.
Given the urgency, the Coast Guard helicopter was also tasked to assist in this rescue.
Two Coast Guard ground crew were picked up in Murrisk and lowered down to the casualty location to help control the considerable crowd who were on the mountain and eager to watch the rescue operation.
Three mountain rescue volunteers were then collected in Teevenacroaghy and also lowered by winch to the casualty’s location where they assisted the Coast Guard helicopter crew to winch the casualty safely on board.
He was brought directly to Mayo General Hospital for definitive care.
The team was stood down at 4pm.
During that callout, Mayo MRT was tasked by An Garda Siochana to respond to a report of a lady with a lower leg injury in difficult on Croagh Patrick.
Two of the three team members who had assisted with the evacuation of the casualty, walked down the main track to Murrisk, but were unable to find the reported casualty.
As there were no further reports they concluded that the person in difficulty had successfully made their own way off the mountain.
The team was stood down at 5:15pm.