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Published: Tuesday, July 9, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Photos from Mount Pilchuck rescue

  • Snohomish County sheriff’s rescue crews hoist an injured hiker off Mount Pilchuck this past weekend.

    Robert Privott

    Snohomish County sheriff’s rescue crews hoist an injured hiker off Mount Pilchuck this past weekend.

Herald reader Robert Privott, of Marysville, was on Mount Pilchuck this past weekend when a helicopter crew rescued an injured hiker.

He got some cool pictures, like the one to the right.

You can see the rest of them here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/93038796@N05/

Our story on the rescue is here.

Story tags » PoliceAccidents (general)HikingMount PilchuckVerlot

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