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LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
Monday January 23rd, 2012 :: 09:57 p.m. PST

(News Rlse) 15 people rescued,1 body recovered in 5 AngelesForest rescue incidents in 28 hrs.LASD Helmet Camera Video

There were 5 different rescue incidents in a 28-hour period (Sat.-Sun.) handled by rescuers with the Los Angeles Angeles County Sheriff's Department, resulting in the rescue of 15 people plus one body recovery.

Below are news releases for each of the five incidents and links to deputy helmet-camera video footage for three of the incidents, as indicated. There are no visuals for the other two incidents.

If you watch the youtube version of the video and decide you would like higher resolution video for news releases #1, 2 or 3, or you would like to have the 9-1-1 tape of one of the boys calling for help (#3) from Azuza Canyon, call Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau (323-267-4800) 24 hours a day, and ask for it to be emailed to you via yousendit.

Captain Mike Parker
Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
(323) 267-4800

1.) LASD Air-5 Helicopter Cliff Rescue of 19-yr old South Pasadena Woman above Altadena. 2 more teens rescued on the ground

VIDEO - LASD Helmet Camera rescue of 19-year old woman

2.) 4 boys airlifted from Azuza Canyon cliff by Air-5 Rescue Crew

VIDEO - LASD Helmet Camera rescue of boys

3.) 2 Men Seriously Hurt, 1 Dies in Angeles Crest Hwy 500' fall

VIDEO - LASD Helmet Camera Rescue - Angeles Crest Highway

4.) 3 Orange County Day Hikers Found in the Dark of Eaton Canyon - Altadena Search & Rescue

5.) (Sat.,Jan.21) Montrose Search & Rescue Team Locate Boy Scouts & Leader in Mount Wilson area Saturday night

LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
211 West Temple Street, Hall of Justice - First floor
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 213-229-1700

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