CHP trains for long line rescues

California Highway Patrol (CHP), Golden Gate Division Air Operations, has released footage of long line rescue training exercises it conducted at Lake Berryessa, California, US. The footage includes shots from the rescuers’ perspective as they are transported by a helicopter at the end of a long line with a stretcher.

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