Injured rock climber rescued by Central Okanagan Search and Rescue – Okanagan

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Central Okanagan Search and Rescue came to the aid of an injured rock climber on Saturday morning.

COSAR said crews were called to trestle No. 18 in Myra Canyon around 11 a.m., and that a bike team was the first to arrive.

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That crew administered first aid while waiting for a stretcher and a utility terrain vehicle (UTV).

The UTV then transported the rock climber to the Myra Canyon parking lot, with COSAR thanking hikers and bikers on the KVR trail for their patience.

The rescue was COSAR’s 78th of the year. Last year, COSAR recorded an all-time high of 84 incidents.

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