Hikers rescued over the weekend from Cedar Creek and Three Sisters Falls

Update: Firefighting personnel treat a rescued hiker brought in by San Diego County Sheriff’s Department’s Copter 10 Saturday afternoon near Ramona Fire Department/Cal Fire’s Station 81 in San Diego Country Estates. According to reports, a call came in around 1 p.m. of one hiker suffering from heat-related injuries on the Cedar Creek Falls trail. That hiker was was transported by ground ambulance to Pomerado Hospital, said Battalion Chief Saul Villagomez. Two other calls came in shortly after and three hikers were rescued from Three Sisters Falls trail by Copter 10. They were also experiencing heat-related symptoms but declined transportation to the hospital, said Station 81.  Photo/Capt. Bert Ramirez

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Posted by Karen Brainard on Aug 19 2013. Filed under Featured Story, News, Ramona, Sheriff/Fire. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

6 Comments for “Hikers rescued over the weekend from Cedar Creek and Three Sisters Falls”

  1. Joe

    They need to close the trail in the summer because its obvious people do not know that hiking in the afternoon is not a good idea and they ought get a bill from the county for not using common sense

  2. Julie Murphy

    They need to charge for this service!

    • Guest

      Exactly! We in Ramona pay an annual EDU fee to RMWD to help pay for CalFire services. Most of the people rescued or treated are flatlanders from down the hill who do not pay a dime. It's time to hit them in the pocketbook for services rendered and then maybe, just maybe things will change. But you can't fix stupid.

    • sandra j

      I propose they start requiring hikers to post a $100 deposit before issuing a trail permit. Hopefully that will encourage them to get out on their own whenever possible.

  3. josh

    Just shows are stupid and dependable people are. Stupid people are going to ruin trails like they did with guns.

  4. hikingonemileatatime

    It's a shame that responsible hikers can lose access to beautiful trails because of people with no common sense. They should definitely start charging for the cost of a rescue, the taxpayers are paying for the lowlander's stupidity.

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