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Injured hiker rescued after 200-foot fall on Mount Juneau

 


JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – A hiker was rescued from Mount Juneau on Friday after he slipped near the peak and tumbled about 200 feet, suffering injuries to his head and

shoulder area, authorities

said.

Tim Haugh, a 57-year-old from Juneau, was listed in stable condition at a hospital Friday with a broken clavicle and lacerations requiring 15 stitches in his head.

“He’s doing OK,” his wife told The Juneau Empire from Bartlett Regional Hospital. She said he was undergoing X-rays at the time.

Haugh had reportedly used his cellphone to call a friend, SEADOGS leader Bruce Bowler, from the m...



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