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|May 29, 2017|
Air rescues bring two to safety
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – It’s been another weekend of air rescues as hikers and fun-seekers head to the mountains and foothills for some outdoor recreation.
In Riverside County, a woman hiker suffered serious injuries while climbing in an area west of Old Town Temecula known as ‘the watering hole’. A Calfire helicopter crew flew her to a local hospital.
On Sunday, a doctor was lowered from a sheriff’s helicopter to the base of Aztec Falls near Lake Arrowhead where a year-old child and a family member had fallen. Both had been near the top of the 25-foot waterfall when both fell onto a pool at the bottom. The toddler had been underwater, but was breathing and suffered no serious injuries. There was no immediate word on the rescue of the other individual.
Story Date: March 22, 2017