GILMANTON, N.H.—Some Boy Scouts who got lost hiking and a man who injured his ankle on a mountain climb are safe after rescuers came to their aid this weekend in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Fish and Game rescuers found two 14-year-old Boy Scouts and their scout leader from Brookline, Mass., in Gilmanton on Sunday night after the three got separated from their troop during a nine-mile hike. They were hiking Straightback Mountain in Belknap County. A helicopter using infrared technology them. They were not hurt.
Also Sunday, rescuers helped 41-year-old Sergio Mori of Brookline, Mass., who suffered an ankle injury while climbing down a Mount Eisenhower trail Saturday and spent the night in the woods. He had no cell phone service; a hiker found him Sunday and called for help.