Firefighters rigged a rope system to rescue a Bellingham man who suffered serious injuries when his car hurtled 250 feet over a steep embankment near the end of the Mount Baker Highway in the predawn hours of Thursday, Aug. 11. The wrecked Toyota Prius is held with ropes to keep it from rolling farther downhill.
Firefighters rigged a rope system to rescue a Bellingham man who suffered serious injuries when his car hurtled 250 feet over a steep embankment near the end of the Mount Baker Highway in the predawn hours of Thursday, Aug. 11. The wrecked Toyota Prius is held with ropes to keep it from rolling farther downhill. Glacier Fire & Rescue Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Firefighters rigged a rope system to rescue a Bellingham man who suffered serious injuries when his car hurtled 250 feet over a steep embankment near the end of the Mount Baker Highway in the predawn hours of Thursday, Aug. 11. The wrecked Toyota Prius is held with ropes to keep it from rolling farther downhill. Glacier Fire & Rescue Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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