Hiker hospitalized after rescue from Falmouth path

A hiker was hospitalized after being rescued from a piece of path practically 2 miles into the system at Blackstrap Hill Protect on Friday.

The Falmouth hearth division and emergency medical providers  responded to the Blackstrap Street at round 10:39 a.m., and have been in a position to contact them by telephone, based on Chief Howard Rice, Jr. Emergency personnel additionally spoke with a mountain climbing companion earlier than making an attempt to achieve the injured hiker on foot.

After mountain climbing into the place the injured hiker was positioned, the affected person needed to be carried to a ready utility terrain car that was unable to journey via the flood circumstances. Regardless of a number of challenges, together with an overflowing stream, the emergency staff was in a position to get the affected person to an ambulance by round 12:57 p.m.

Leela Stockley is an alumna of the College of Maine. She was raised in northern Maine, and loves her cat Wesley, her pet Percy and staying lively within the Maine outside.
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