On Wednesday, rescue personnel from around the North Country teamed up to help a hiker who had sustained a leg injury near the summit of Mt. Eisenhower. About 2:20 p.m., Margaret Dabrush, 53, of Framingham, Mass. was hiking on the Crawford Path not far from the summit of Mt. Eisenhower. While ascending the trail, Dabrush slipped and slammed a leg onto some rocks. As a result of this, Dabrush sustained a leg injury that made her unable to walk, rescue personnel stated. Volunteer personnel heeded the call, Dabrush was carried 2.9 miles down the Edmonds Path, reaching the trailhead at 10 p.m. Her husband then drove her to Littleton Regional Healthcare for treatment of her injury.
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