Mom Walks 3 Hours To Get Help After Snowmobiles Get Stuck
WOLF CREEK PASS, Utah – Two women are safe after a search and rescue in Wasatch County.
Officials said the women – a mother and daughter – were riding snowmobiles near Wolf Creek Pass when they both got stuck.
The mother then walked three hours to a parking lot to get help.
“Luckily it’s late in the season and the snow is firm enough for that hike,” WCSR posted on its Facebook page.
Authorities dispatched a four-man team to the area.
“They located the stranded sledder who was very happy to see them – not knowing if her mom made it to safety,” according to WCSR.
The crews were able to get both the snowmobiles unstuck. Both the women made it out safely.
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