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Sycamore Canyon Climber Severely Injured

Coconino County Sheriff’s Office coordinated the response to an injured Sycamore Canyon climber fall on Sunday. Sedona AZ (July 12, 2018)  – On Sunday, June 10, 2018 at 11:00 in the morning, the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call that a climbing accident had occurred in the Sycamore Canyon area known as Paradise Forks. The caller reported that a 22-year-old female climber... 

Nine Year Old Girl Goes Missing on Arizona Hike

CCSO Search and Rescue team Sedona AZ (March 25, 2018) – Today at 1:15 in the afternoon, the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a missing 9-year-old girl. Deputies and CCSO Search and Rescue responded to the Elk Meadows area southeast of Flagstaff, Arizona, where they joined family members already engaged in search efforts. Up from the Phoenix area with family, Cheyenne... 

Missing Kids Found on Mingus Mountain

Rescue 1 helicopter on scene at Mingus Mountain search Sedona AZ (April 8, 2016) –  On April 3, 2016, at approximately 3:00 in the afternoon, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Forest Patrol deputy received a report of two missing children, a 9-year-old boy and 14-year-old girl, last seen off-trail on Mingus Mountain. Another 14-year-old girl had returned to camp and reported the two missing,... 

YCSO Arrests Two and Rescue One

Porschae Renee Page arrested Sedona AZ (June 22, 2015) – On June 18, 2015, just before 10:00 at night, a YCSO K9 deputy arrested Porschae Renee Page, 28, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Christopher Michael Johnson, 30, also from Minneapolis, after locating marijuana, over $20,000 in cash, and fraudulent credit cards during a traffic stop. Both were arrested on valid Federal arrest warrants. The... 

Rescuers Battle Zero Wind Chill to Save Man in Mine Shaft

Meteor Crater in Arizona Flagstaff, AZ (January 11, 2013)  – Parminder Singh, 28, of Union City, California, was rescued from the floor of a vertical mine shaft in the bottom of Meteor Crater. The rescue was conducted by a multi-agency response team involving more than thirty rescuers from three different agencies. The rescue lasted more than eight hours in temperatures of 20 degrees and below,... 
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