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AZ: Hunter needs rescue after fall

October 30, 2012

From CVBugle.com

The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office was called for a rescue Monday morning.
 
Reportedly, the hunter was in a remote area around Apache Maid when he injured his leg in a fall and also was not prepared for the cold area.
 
The hunter carried a GPS and was able to provide his coordinates to rescue crews and was taken to the hospital.

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