MCSO finds, rescues lost couple in White Tank Mountain Regional Park

MCSO finds, rescues lost couple in White Tank Mountain Regional Park

MCSO finds, rescues lost couple in White Tank Mountain Regional Park

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White Tank Mountain Regional Park after getting lost near the Willow Canyon Trail. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said the call came in at about 5:30 a.m. An 84-year-old man and his 74-year-old wife had been camping but got lost after leaving the park near the Willow Canyon Trail The woman took a fall and suffered minor injuries -- scrapes to her hands and legs. The MCSO helicopter quickly located the couple, but crews had to wait until the sun came up to help them off the mountain. The helicopter team also needed some special equipment. Aerial video from the Fort McDowell Casino News Chopper showed the couple with members of the search-and-rescue team. They appeared to be in good shape. About 45 minutes west of Phoenix, White Tank Mountain Regional Park is the largest regional park in Maricopa County. There are approximately 25 miles of shared-use trails ranging in length from 1 to 8 miles.">