Rescue forces evacuate Canadian tourist dehydrated during solo hike

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 26, 2009 14:50

 
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Rescue forces found a Canadian tourist in her twenties who managed to alert authorities that she was suffering from dehydration while hiking alone at Nahal Netifim in Eilat's mountains on Friday. Two teams consisting of 25 volunteers set out to locate the woman and used a stretcher to evacuate her from the area.

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