Injured Hiker, Stranded Along Hudson River, Rescued

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ (CBSNewYork) — A stranded hiker was taken to the hospital after being rescued along the Hudson River.

Crews pulled the injured hiker from a wooded area along the river in Englewood Cliffs.

The hiker was placed on a stretcher and then taken to a waiting marine unit. The unidentified hiker was then transported to a local hospital.

No word what caused the injuries.

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  1. mj says:

    i got the injury report ….they made sure he was unarmed ,,, then … they shot him then resuced him

  2. N Y P DrP I G S says:

    Please let us know when the PA Pig Dept arrest him for trespassing, toll evasion, or some other trumped up charges.

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