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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


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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