At Raven Cliff Falls, which is located close to Helen, Georgia, search and rescue personnel from seventeen different organizations rushed to assist a hiker who was in trouble.
The rescue of a hiker who became trapped in the rocks of a waterfall in Georgia on Friday was described by local authorities as nothing short of a miracle. The girl had fallen fifty feet down a cliff while attempting to take a photograph, and she had been entangled in the rocks of the waterfall.
According to the Gainesville Fire Department, a technical rescue operation was carried out at Raven Cliff Falls near Helen by dozens of rescue workers representing seventeen different organizations.
According to the article by Now Habersham, the girl, who was 17 years old, fell around 50 feet from the highest point of the cliffs and became entangled in the rocks from her chest down to where the waterfalls merged.
Chris Wright, a member of the Rabun County Technical Rescue Team, commented to the newspaper that reaching the location was “extremely tough” and demanded the use of a great deal of equipment.