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CO: Routt County Search and Rescue helps injured hunter

September 17, 2013

From SteamBoatToday.com

Steamboat Springs — A team of six Routt County Search and Rescue volunteers rode about 10 miles into the woods Monday evening to rescue an injured hunter.
 
Incident Commander Kristia Check-Hill said the 52-year-old male bow hunter from out of state had rolled his all-terrain vehicle at about 5 p.m.
Saturday. Upper back pain developed, and the man’s hunting companion called Search and Rescue for help.

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