在他坠入悬崖并且降落伞卡在岩石上后,救援人员拯救了悬空的定点跳伞

艾伯塔省的第一响应者, 加拿大, 在一个定点跳伞运动员撞到悬崖面并在他的降落伞被一小块岩石夹住后悬空后,他在周末进行了一次大胆的营救.

The BASE jumper, 谁不明, sufferedmultiple traumatic injuriesin Sunday’s accident, according to a Facebook post by the Kananaskis Country Public Safety Section, Alberta Parks.
    The man leaped off of the East End of Rundle (EEOR) in the Canadian Rocky Mountains near Canmore, Alberta, but had a problem with his chute, or canopy, on the way down.
      When he deployed his canopy it was twisted and pushed him violently into the rock face,” the post said.
        After the impact, the manbasically cartwheeleddown the cliff face until part of his canopy got snagged on a rock hornsaving him from falling all the way to the bottom of the 400-meter cliff, Jeremy Mackenzie, a public safety specialist with the group told CNN news partner CBC.
        Essentially, he was stranded about halfway down the face [of the mountain],” he told CBC.
          The patient was hanging about halfway down the cliff after the accident.

          BASE jumping is an extreme sport which involves parachuting from a fixed object instead of an airplane. The name is an acronym for buildings, antennae, 跨度 (桥梁), and earth.
          A friend of the BASE jumper was able to call for help.
          We kind of knew the basics of the situation and the location, and so immediately, we just started deploying our team,” Mackenzie told CBC. “Within half an hour, we were in the air.
          Rescuers approached the man in a helicopter and planned to lift him to safety, but had to abort the plan because wind from its rotors was blowing the canopy around and they feared it might knock him loose from his precarious position.
          They decided to conduct a high angle rope rescue instead, which required a team to climb down the mountain, secure the patient and then move him to a ledge, so they could get him into the helicopter more safely, the post said.
          The operation was delayed when someone in a paraglider took off and flew right into their work zone, forcing them to suspend flight operations until the skies were clear.
          If you see helicopter traffic DO NOT fly a drone, paraglider, wing suit, 等等. as you could be affecting a critical rescue operation,” the rescue group warned.
            The man was then taken to the hospital.
            Mackenzie told CBC the patient suffered fractures in his arms and legs, but his injuries were not life-threatening.

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