Waterbury Back-country requested assistance with a patient on Camel's Hump, upper Monroe trail with compound lower leg fracture on an icy trail.
Waterbury Back-country had command.
Total of 6 teams with total of 26 rescuers.
Patient Care & Field Operations by camels hump Back-Country.
SMR assigned ropes task.
The litter carry required many passes and several rope systems due to the icy terrain.
The weather was dynamic, slight rain, winds, distant  thunder / lightning, sleet, snow, nothing.  
Patient delivered to Waterbury Ambulance ~1:30 AM 11/10.
Agencies at the scene:
  1. Waterbury Back-Country
  2. Camels Hump Back-Country
  3. Huntington FD
  4. Stowe Mountain Rescue
  5. Colchester Technical Rescue
  6. Mad River Valley Rescue
Team Members RespondingOther Agencies RespondingTime of Call  Weather Conditions
Westervelt, Millick

See Text above.

 7:30 PM - 2:30 AM  Rain/Wind/Thunder-Lightning, Sleet/Snow

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