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Driggs Woman Evacuated After Fall

July 12, 2013 State of Wyoming, Teton County, Teton Valley No Comments
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A 67 year-old Driggs woman was evacuated from the Darby Canyon Trail Wednesday after falling while hiking toward the Wind Cave.  Teton County Search and Rescue President Tim Ciocarlan says Janyce Schrieder was about 200 feet up the trail when she stumbled on some rocks crossing a creek bed and suffered multiple injuries that prevented her from walking out on her own power.  Ciocarlan says her husband drove to where he could get cell coverage and called the Teton County Idaho dispatch center who in turn notified Teton County Wyoming Search and Rescue.  Ciocarlan says while team members were responding, the Teton County,  Idaho EMS unit responded and aided by a search and rescue member who was already in the area, took her out on a litter and transported her to the local hospital for treatment.  There is no immediate word on her condition.

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