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Hiker safe after fire and rescue response

Cannon Beach, Seaside team to aid hiker

Published on March 12, 2018 3:22PM

Last changed on March 15, 2018 2:58PM

A hiker with a broken leg was assisted to safety by Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue, Medix and Seasde Fire and Rescue.

Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue

A hiker with a broken leg was assisted to safety by Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue, Medix and Seasde Fire and Rescue.

Rescue teams move to help an injured hiker.

Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue

Rescue teams move to help an injured hiker.


Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue came to the aid of a woman who suffered a broken leg while hiking on a trail in Ecola State Park.

The department reports Officer Jodi Symonds was first on scene along with Medix. Chief Matt Benedict, Lt. Brian Smith and firefighter Jordan Spencer along with Cannon Beach Police Department and Medix took the trail to find the woman. It was determined that a rope team was needed to bring her to the road.

Seaside Fire and Rescue responded with four members of their team, including Chief Joey Daniels. The hiker was found and transported for medical treatment.



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