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AK: Hunter rescued after off-road accident

September 15, 2012

From Frontiersman.com

HOUSTON — A hunter was rescued off the Zero Lake Trail.
 
Houston Fire Department, Willow Ambulance and Willow Fire Department responded to an off-road accident about 10 a.m., Sept. 14 after a caller reported his hunting partner was injured.
 
The caller said a four-wheeler had rolled over backward with the ATV falling onto the patient and rolling off of him, and that the patient was reporting an injured hand, difficulty breathing and a possible chest injury, according to Houston Fire Department Capt. Christian Hartley.
 
The injured man needed to be transported to Anchorage for significant chest, arm and possible organ injuries.

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