CHINO HILLS – A 56-year-old Yorba Linda woman was hiking on a trail at Chino Hills State Park when she slipped and fell Saturday morning. The fall caused her to sustain non-life-threatening injuries. The female victim, identified as Mary Glaser was unable to hike out of the area that she was in.
Park rangers responded and requested Sheriff’s Aviation Unit to respond. Glaser was located in a steep narrow ravine by a 40 King 1, a Sheriff’s helicopter. Air Rescue 06 was called to perform an air rescue. The helicopter was positioned over Glaser and an Air Medic was lowered approximately 80 feet.
Glaser was placed in a Screamer Suit and hoisted into the helicopter. She was then flown to the nearby, Chino Hills Dog Park where an ambulance waited to transport her to the hospital to be treated.
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