de Havilland Dominie X7394 of No.782 Naval Air Squadron, Royal Navy, flew into Broad Crag near Sca Fell Pike on the 30th August 1946
|Sidney Kenneth Kilsby||Sub Lieutenant||Pilot||Killed|
|Harold John Clark||Chief Petty Officer||Airman||Killed|
|William Tudor Gwynne-Jones||Commander Surgeon||Surgeon||Killed|
|Leslie Howard Watkinson||Sick Berth Attendant||Sick Berth Attendant||Killed|
|Charles Robert Allwright||Ward Master (RN Rtd)||Patient||Killed|
The aircraft and air ambulance variant of the Dominie (military Dragon Rapide), based at RNAS Donibristle (HMS Merlin), was being used to fly a seriously ill patient from Abbottsinch, the present day Glasgow airport, to Rochester in Kent for treatment via RNAS Stretton near Warrington. While on the first leg of the flight the aircraft flew into the north western side of Broad Crag above the “corridor route” in very poor weather killing all onboard. The aircraft was located the following day by and Anson from RNAS Anthorn near Carlisle.