Discovery Park dune rescue

Posted on June 24th, 2013 by Sara

photo?from king 5

Seattle Fire rescued a teen?from Discovery Park this afternoon. The 17 year old girl had fallen down an embankment near the sand dunes. The Technical Rescue Team conducted the rope rescue, According to King 5?news.

Seattle Fire Department crews rescued a teenage girl who fell down an embankment at Discovery Park on Monday. The teen fell about 15 feet and hurt her back, the Fire Department said. Medics transported the 17-year-old girl in stable condition from Discovery Park to Harborview Medical Center.



5 responses to “Discovery Park dune rescue”

  1. Annoyed says:

    I find it difficult to believe that she fell from within the VERY clearly marked boundary. Those “stay back” signs are pretty darned obvious. So that’s what, a dozen rescue workers’ time she wasted by ignoring the signs?

  2. Tom_Anonymous says:

    Jumping between sand dunes when she fell, according to KING-5 News. Not smart.

    • superAnnoyed says:

      I hope the girl makes a quick recovery.
      BUT who pays the bill of this rescue that COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED?! Gas to fuel helicopters and fire trucks isn’t cheap.

  3. Drew says:

    I hope her parents have to pay the city for raising a stupid kid. There are signs everywhere. Oh, and common sense.

  4. thedudeabides says:

    She’s 17, for heaven’s sake. And a human being. We’re fallible. Except for Drew, I guess. Drew’s perfect.

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