Keep turning the channel knob until you find an empty channel
Ask Warren or Shauna how to do it
Switch to Channel 3 - Still 2 clicks from Channel 1
Say "the heck with it" and go home
Someone else may have already reported it to Patrol, hence you ask if they already have it.
Radio the Ski Patrol and report a 10-50.
Get as much information as you can, then call the Ski Patrol and say, “Do you have a report of a 10-50 on (give location)?
Ask them to go to the nearest phone and call the Ski Patrol.
Go to the scene and then call the Ski Patrol.
A Tower or Phone number is best because it's a definitive location. All answers in this question are good; Tower 13 is best for that reason.
Carefree, 100 yards below Main Vein/Carefree split, center of trail.
About halfway down Scooter by a tree island, skiers’ left.
High Point between phones 21 and 37.
Main Vein, Tower 13, skiers’ right.
You can't be sure that Patrol hasn't already gotten a report of the incident
Call PHQ to report a 10-50.
Call PHQ and ask if they have a report of a 10-50 on Main Vein.
Call Timberline to report a 10-50.
Ride the lift to the top and ski down to the scene.
Patrol Headquarters is 10-23.
Patrol Headquarters is Code 9.
Patrol Headquarters is Code 11.
Patrol Headquarters is Code 66.
Remember: It's always Location, Description, Nature (LDN) in that order
Really big guy on skis, red over black.
Forty-year-old skier with red skis.
Elderly gentleman, gray beard, gray K-2 skis.
Pink over white, boarder, female.
You concisely explain what you are doing.
Your first and last name, followed by your location.
No response is needed because you have understood the message.
Give your location.
The protocol these days is "I have a guest who needs a taxi": it's not necessary to state why they might need a taxi
I have a guest with a broken binding and he needs a taxi…
I have a guest in need of a taxi….
I have a guest request for a taxi…..
I need a taxi for a guest who's too tired to proceed …
It is still A Road at that point. It doesn't become Skid Road until you're east of Coppertone
Main Vein and Bouncer
Rhapsody and Main Vein
Code 9 – Patroller needs assistance
Code 66 – Collision
None of the other answers are correct
Code 7 – Lift related 10/50
Leave one of the team at the 10/50 and the other partner heads to the Noon Groomer
Radio PHQ that you may be late to Noon Groomer
Call another team and ask them to go to Noon Groomer for you.
Radio the Team Lead to let them know you may not be able to make it to the Noon Groomer
Both of these answers are correct
Radio Timberline and ask if they have a report of a 10/50 at that location
Yell loudly “Are you OK”?
None of these answers are correct
If you are at a Duty Station, only answer the call if no one else does, but you should stay at your duty station unless asked specifically by Patrol
If the 10/50 is located close to and below your duty station you should respond.
If you are trail checking in the area, answer the call and try to get there and Patrol Assist
Call Patrol and tell them you are not responding
Generally, if at a station wait for another team to respond. If noone does, go ahead and respond, tell Patrol you're at a duty station. Respond to the 50 if Patrol directly requests that you do.
Respond with your location
Don’t respond as you can’t leave your station
Wait to see if a “trail checking” team responds, then respond with your location if no one else does
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