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AK: Two Hunters Were Rescued on the Talkeetna River

September 12, 2013

From KTNA.org

Two hunters were rescued by Alaska State Troopers yesterday after their boat capsized during a hunting trip.  Robert Miller of Palmer and Willy Rumbo of Wasilla were returning from the trip when their boat struck a log and capsized, according to Troopers.
 
Steve Mahay, a local river expert and rescue volunteer, says that the hunters had been  in a welded aluminum boat.  Troopers say that one of the two men had minor injuries, lacerations and “a bump on the head,” but that both men were alert and responsive.

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