Grand Teton Park Employees Save Several Visitors in Recent Emergencies

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In recent weeks, Grand Teton National Park employees have responded to several emergency medical and rescue situations, including park trail crew members saving the life of a visitor who fell into Cascade Creek and was pinned by the force of rushing water. “Quick responses, medical and emergency training and situational awareness by our employees have greatly contributed to the successful responses and outcomes in a variety of recent incidents,”
said Grand Teton National Park Acting Superintendent Gopaul Noojibail. “I am very proud of our employees and their professionalism and compassion during some very intense situations.”


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