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This really fires me up... A brave first responder in Nevada loses his life while saving a "hiker" who found himself stuck at night in a restricted area. The hiker was alone and probably just didn't want to wait until daylight. Regardless, he broke the law and because of selfish actions someone else is dead. Personally, I don't think first responders should risk their lives for those not in imminent danger who found themselves in such a predicament by breaking the law. The hiker should be fined, pay for the rescue and be charged with manslaughter. Then perhaps someone else's life may be saved because a moron decided to think twice in the future before being so selfish.
From Yahoo! News: LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas police officer who was rescuing a hiker stranded in an off-limits area of a mountain northwest of the city died after falling from a helicopter hoist line Monday night.
He has a dangerous job. Did he follow all the precautions, rules, etc. to ensure his safety? Did equipment fail? Still lots of unanswered questions.
Would like to see the hiker get fined as much as possible for going into an off-limits area, especially if he blatantly ignored the signs.
Left to right: Reed and Blondie,
That is definitely a tough one to swallow for the poor family. I don't know the answer to that one. It's not fair, that is for sure.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
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