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3720 Walnut St
Boulder, CO, 80301
United States

303-449-4141

Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, Inc. (RMRG) is an all-volunteer organization trained and equipped for search and rescue on mountainous terrain in all weather conditions. Founded in 1947, we are Boulder County's primary mountain rescue agency, but upon request also assist other mountain rescue teams outside the county. We also provide outdoor recreation safety education and disaster response services. RMRG is a non-profit IRS 501(c)3 organization and we do not charge for our services.

Evacuation of a party injured in Wonderland Hill paragliding accident

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Evacuation of a party injured in Wonderland Hill paragliding accident

Robert O'Dea

Short scree evacuation of a person injured from a paragliding accident. Scree evacuation down an open hill side. Best wishes to the injured party for full & speedy recovery.

Overview of the scene. Injured party is with the group of people upper right.

Overview of the scene. Injured party is with the group of people upper right.

Members of Rocky Mountain Rescue Group man a brake / lowering station during the paraglider rescue operation in Boulder, Colorado. 

Members of Rocky Mountain Rescue Group man a brake / lowering station during the paraglider rescue operation in Boulder, Colorado. 

Looking down from the brake station, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group members perform a scree evacuation of an injured paraglider.

Looking down from the brake station, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group members perform a scree evacuation of an injured paraglider.

Patient with yellow helmet in litter is being lowered to the bottom of the hill (away from the camera) following his rescue after a paragliding accident. 

Patient with yellow helmet in litter is being lowered to the bottom of the hill (away from the camera) following his rescue after a paragliding accident.