A hiker who slipped and fell on rocky terrain near Osoyoos had to spend the night outdoors before being rescued by helicopter. near the Anarchist Mountain lookout, just south of Highway 3. Firefighters and medical responders began searching the large area, with police and Oliver/Osoyoos Search and Rescue called in to help. British Columbia Police and Emergency Health Services were also at the scene. The fire department said the hiker was located in the early morning, cold and injured, “but could only be assisted by a high-angle rope rescue from Oliver/Osoyoos and Penticton (search and rescue teams ‘Story continues below ad Fire Department said Search and Rescue remained with the individual until a helicopter could be called,’ said Oliver/Osoyoos Search and Rescue Trending Stories 0:54Edmonton Police Helicopter assists in the rescue of lost hikers Edmonton Police Helicopter assists in the rescue of lost hikers – February 15, 2022 at, a decision has been made to do a helicopter rescue on a long line.” “Everyone worked together amazingly over difficult terrain in wet conditions,” said fire department chief Urs Grob. The fire department also thanked the RDOS director , Mark Pe ndergraft, who provided local knowledge. who assisted search and rescue in gaining access to the individual. 0:41California Highway Patrol rescues couple stuck in snowy cabin for 2 months California Highway Patrol rescues couple stuck in snowy cabin for 2 months – February 4, 2022 © 2022 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.