Iron County SAR conducted an operation to rescue two injured adults Sunday afternoon
IRON COUNTY, Utah — Iron County Search and Rescue responded to two injured adults stuck in a canyon in Parowan Sunday afternoon.
According to Iron SAR’s Facebook, the incident occurred at 3 p.m. Two adults were injured in an ATV accident located in the upper canyon of E. Second Left Hand Road in Parowan.
Iron County SAR reports that multiple agencies responded to the scene. This includes the below agencies:
- Iron County SAR,
- Iron County Sheriff Liaison
- Three Gold Cross Ambulance Paramedics
- Deputies from the Iron County Sheriff’s Office
- Marshalls Office
- Utah Highway Patrol
- Interagency Wildland Fire
- Parowan Fire Department.
Additionally, Iron County SAR utilized multiple vehicles to carry out the operation safely. The vehicles below were used during the operation:
- Three SAR trucks
- One six-wheeler
- One Ranger side X side
- A Utah Highway Patrol helicopter.
Iron County SAR reports the two injured were transported to an area hospital and the operation was concluded at 7 p.m.
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