An injured ATV rider from Kingman, Arizona, was rescued by helicopter on Tuesday in the Hualapai Mountains.
The Mohave County Sheriff's Office received a call from a man that said that he and a couple of friends were riding their ATVs when 70-year-old Mike Page crashed.
At approximately 12:30 p.m., the search and rescue unit responded to Page's location. It was determined that Page could not be safely transported via vehicle because of his injuries and rugged terrain. Kingman's Department of Safety Ranger helicopter was dispatched to pick up the man.
He was transported to a waiting ambulance at Pinion Pines Fire Station and taken to Kingman Regional Medical center. He injured his leg, hip and head.
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