PETERBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE – A hiker from Framingham was rescued Sunday, December 10, at Miller State Park in New Hampshire.
Fish and Game officers received a call for an injured hiker just before 3 p.m. Sunday, according to a news release.
Robert Pantzer, 76, of Framingham, fell while hiking the Marion Davis Trail on Pack Monadnock, according to the release.
After the fall, Pantzer had difficulty hiking after the fall, and called 911, the release stated.
Pantzer was prepared for the weather conditions, but wasn’t able to hike down from the summit, according to the release.
A Fish and Game officer on an all-terrain vehicle and a Peterborough Fire Department EMT drove up the auto road to locate Panzer, stated the release.
The Framingham resident was given a ride to the base of the mountain, and was evaluated by Peterborough Fire Department personnel just before 3:50 p.m., the release said.