Mitch Nolze, a battalion chief of the South Whatcom Fire Authority, coordinates the rescue of an injured hiker who fell 40 feet into the water Saturday evening, March 5, at Larrabee State Park.
Mitch Nolze, a battalion chief of the South Whatcom Fire Authority, coordinates the rescue of an injured hiker who fell 40 feet into the water Saturday evening, March 5, at Larrabee State Park. South Whatcom Fire Authority Courtesy to the Bellingham Herald
Mitch Nolze, a battalion chief of the South Whatcom Fire Authority, coordinates the rescue of an injured hiker who fell 40 feet into the water Saturday evening, March 5, at Larrabee State Park. South Whatcom Fire Authority Courtesy to the Bellingham Herald

Hiker rescued after 40-foot fall into water at Larrabee State Park

March 06, 2016 12:36 PM

UPDATED March 07, 2016 05:08 PM

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