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September 2014
Satelite Map of Rescues
image:  gradient blue line dividing rescues
Date: September 3
Location: 64 NM west of Seattle, Washington
Description of Rescue:

at 47 37.3N 123 23.4W, 64 NM west of Seattle, Washington in the Olympic National Forest. The PLB was activated because a hiker injured a leg or angle. The Air Force Rescue Coordination Center received the SARSAT alert and contacted the National Park Service. A park service ranger arrived on scene, evaluated the injured hiker, and determined that the hiker required airlifting for treatment. The Park Service contacted the County Sheriff’s office to airlift the patient to the Bremerton Municipal Airport to a waiting ambulance.

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