Hiker Rescued in Pacific Palisades

Hiker rescued by helicopter at Temescal

By Sam Catanzaro

The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) conducted an aerial rescue of a hiker Saturday morning.

The incident occurred around 9:30 a.m. on near Rivas Canyon Trail and Temescal Canyon Road. According to the LAFD, LAFD Air Ops conducted a hoist operation to safely transported a 38-year-old female hiker with non-life threatening injuries.

While a LAFD spokesperson did not have any details surrounding the nature of the injury, users on the Citizen app report that the hiker suffered an ankle injury.

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