LOWER BURRELL, Pa. - On Monday, emergency crews rescued a woman who fell more than 20 feet over a rocky hillside in Lower Burrell.
Authorities said the woman was walking on a trail and fell over a guardrail just after noon near the Braeburn Dam.
Officials said the hillside was very steep, so she fell about 20-30 feet very quickly. The woman didn’t have a cellphone, so it took about an hour for someone to find her.
Investigators said a Comcast worker saw her and called for help. The woman told responders she was OK but suffered cuts and bruises.
The woman’s name and condition have not been released.
Emergency crews rescue woman who fell over rocky hillside in Lower Burrell
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