Two Bear rescue injured students

Two Bear Air Rescue, based in Montana, US, has shared footage of a rescue it conducted near Bear Lake, Montana. On 23 January, a snowshoeing field trip by students from nearby Bigfork School took a turn for the worse when a cornice collapsed, injuring two of the students. Two Bear were called and a paramedic and EMT were on scene quickly, stabilising the casualties. A crew from Alert Air Ambulance was then able to land nearby, taking one of the students to Kalispell Regional Hospital, whilst Two Bear air-lifted the second.

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