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Wed October 2, 2013
Brooklyn Man Rescued In White Mountains
A 55-year-old Brookyn man was helped from a trail near the Crawford Notch Wednesday after suffering a leg injury, according to a news release from New Hampshire Fish and Game.
Steve Litwin slipped on a rock on the Webster-Jackson Trail and couldn’t continue, according to Conservation Officer Kevin Bronson.
He was taken to Littleton Regional Hospital after being carried out by members of Fish and Game, the Appalachian Mountain Club, Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue, Pemigewasset Valley Search and Rescue Team, and Twin Mountain EMS.
Rescue officials say it can typically take 18 people taking turns to carry an injured person on rough trails.