SAN BERNARDINO – The San Bernardino First District Supervisor Lovingood’s office would like to remind hikers to refrain from exploring abandoned mines.
The dog belonging to a hiker in the Yermo area who was exploring abandoned mines had her dog fall 85 feet into a mine shaft. The Sheriff’s Cave and Mine Rescue Team responded but the dog was eventually found to be deceased. County officials remind that these mines can be dangerous and everyone should stay out of them.
“The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Cave & Technical Rescue Team is composed of unpaid professional rescuers who serve under the auspices of the San Bernardino County Sheriff,” said San Bernardino County First District officials.
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