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On Thursday, November 26, 2020 at approximately 08:39 a.m., the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a 16-year-old male from Fredrick, Colorado who had injured his ankle while hiking with friends near the base of the Second Flatiron.
A City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks ranger hiked into the area and located the party of four hikers. Members of the Rocky Mountain Rescue Group provided first aid, packaged the patient in a litter and carried him to the Bluebell Shelter where the patient was then transported to the Ranger Cottage and released to his parents. The patient then sought medical care on his own.
The rescue took approximately two and a half hours.
Agencies assisting with this rescue effort included: Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, and the City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks.
via Straight News https://northdenvernews.com/thanksgiving-rescue-hiker-retrieved-from-the-base-of-the-second-flatiron/
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