Hiker Lucky to be Okay After Getting Lost, Suffering Hypothermia
SEVIER COUNTY, Utah — In central Utah, search and rescue teams reached a man stranded for hours and suffering from hypothermia.
A 65-year-old hiker from Taylorsville is lucky to be okay after getting lost in the Whiskey Creek area west of Fremont Indian State Park in Sevier County.
Fortunately he was still getting cell service and could call for help.
He didn’t have a jacket and started to suffer from hypothermia as crews finally reached him around midnight.
A DPS helicopter getting him to the hospital.
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