by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Guam Fire Department firefighters and the Navy's HC-5 crew were able to work together to rescue an injured hiker at Mount Lamlam on Tuesday afternoon. Rescue personnel had to hike about 20 minutes on a muddy trail to the area to reach the injured person, but were unable to transport him by land and called for an airlift.
The hiker was taken to the Naval Hospital where he was treated and listed in stable condition.
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