Chuckanut 50k Race Medical will provide basic first aid care.
Meaning: lacerations, abrasions & blisters will be cleaned and bandaged, bruises will be iced, ORAL hydration, such as pedia-lyte, water, gatorade, coke, soup, etc will be available, Electrolyte tabs available, Mylar blankets available for minor hypothermia, 4 reclining chairs available. ORAL medications: ibuprofen, acetaminophen, benadryl, glucose tabs, chewable Aspirin.
NO IVS, NO Suturing, NO Oxygen, NO AED
Race staff has notified Skagit Valley Hospital in Mt. Vernon, St Joseph's Hospital in Bellingham and the Bellingham Fire Dept that Chuckanut 50K is on March 18th. Our volunteer Radio crew are to call 911 if a runner is bleeding significantly or having changes in consciousness. They are to take the runner to the nearest road to meet the ambulance.
If a runner is injured or unconscious on the trail: We will evacuate runner and have our lead Medical person transported to meet evacuated runner as well as call 911 for ambulance.