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First responders work for 10 hours to rescue hiker from remote location

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MOUNT ABRAM TWP – Roughly 35 emergency responders assisted with rescuing a hiker on Spaulding Mountain Wednesday night. Maine Game Wardens along with fire departments from Carrabassett Valley, Strong, Eustis, Kingfield, Salem and Phillips were among those that responded. Employees of Sugarloaf Mountain also assisted with carrying the injured hiker from the top of the mountain to the summit of Sugarloaf at which point he was transported down by vehicle. Richard Sullivan was hiking the Appalachian Trail with his son Daniel Archdale when he slipped and fell, breaking his right ankle. The 65-year-old of Archdale, NC was unable to walk

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First responders work for 10 hours to rescue hiker from remote location

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