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Emergency Services Work Together to Help Stranded Hikers on Vroman's Nose

Written By Editor on 9/29/16 | 9/29/16

On 9/27/16 at 8:10 PM Schoharie County 911 Dispatchers received a call from a male subject stating that he and a female companion were hiking on Vroman's Nose in the Town of Fulton and had gotten off the trail. The caller stated they were lost.

The Middleburgh Fire Department, Middleburgh Ambulance, Sheriff Deputies, State Troopers and the Schoharie County Search and Rescue Team were dispatched to the scene.

Middleburgh firefighers located the pair at 8:30PM ages 25 and 36, whose names are not being released at this time, and walked with them to the parking area on Mill Valley road where a command post had been established.

The 36 year old female was evaluated at the scene by members of the Middleburgh Ambulance and transported to Bassett Hospital of Schoharie County for treatment of some very minor injuries.

Thanks to the Schoharie County Sheriff's Department for the report
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1 comments:

Unknown said...

Make them pay for the services rather than the taxpayers...isn't the park closed at dusk? At least they are okay but putting our emergency service people at risk responding to this stuff stinks!

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