Folsom/El Dorado News

November 19, 2014 4:39 PM

Hiker rescued after falling down embankment in El Dorado County

A Pollock Pines man who spent Tuesday night in a makeshift cave after falling down an embankment while hiking Tuesday, was flown to safety by a California Highway Patrol helicopter Wednesday.

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