Injured hiker rescued from Appalachian Path

TILDEN TWP., Pa. – A hiker was rescued on Monday after falling on the Appalachian Path. 

Preliminary studies say the hiker fell on the Appalachian Path, about one mile from the John Bartram Path.

Hearth officers from Union Hearth Firm of Hamburg say a hiker fell and was damage.










A rescue staging space was organized close to the Kernsville Dam. 

Rescue crews have been capable of finding and rescue the hiker. The hiker was taken to the hospital for therapy of minor injures.

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