Roanoke, Virginia – One hiker was rescued in Roanoke County and is now recovering from injuries.
Roanoke County Fire and Rescue Department responded to a call on Sunday of an injured hiker at the top of Dragons Tooth Trail, according to captain. It took up to three hours for the crews to rescue the injured man. 17 people from the Roanoke County Fire and Rescue Department were involved in this rescue mission.
After being rescued from the top of Dragon’s Tooth Trails, the hiker was transported to a local hospital.
He is in stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries.
Local News6 days ago
Students at Virginia Western Community College creating paralympic athletes’ equipment
Local News4 days ago
School districts in Virginia have joined a national lawsuit against social media companies
Local News5 days ago
Man from Amherst County writes a book on surviving several near-death experiences
Local News2 days ago
New River Valley Polar Plunge helps Special Olympics Virginia raise $95,000
Virginia1 day ago
Virginia’s approach to the persistent scarcity of daycare
Local News3 days ago
A woodstove-caused house fire in Roanoke County results in damages of $40,000
Local News8 hours ago
In seeking a new superintendent, Bedford County Public Schools is open to public feedback