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Teenage Boy Rescued From The Grand Canyon After Falling 70-100 Feet

The Grand Canyon National Park’s Search and Rescue team were called to action Tuesday when they responded to a call for a 13-year-old boy who had fallen 70-to-100 feet below Bright Angel Point. After determining a helicopter rescue wasn’t feasible, rescuers set up a rope rescue and were able to safely raise him to the top. The boy was flown to a pediatric trauma center for further care. He is currently recovering and is in stable condition.



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