A hiker reportedly suffered serious injuries in Guilford, Connecticut, on Saturday after falling roughly 300 feet in rough terrain.
Using ropes and harnesses, firefighters were able to secure the hiker to a backboard and into a basket. She was then taken by helicopter to Yale-New Haven Hospital. Her condition is unknown.
The roughly 50-mile-long Mattabesset Trail is known for its high traprock ridges, scenic cliffs and rough terrain.