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A pair of hikers who got lost in Towsley Canyon Sunday evening were rescued by Fire Department and Search and Rescue personnel.

A woman, who is approximately 19 years old, and her boyfriend were hiking in Towsley Canyon when the woman began to feel light headeda and called 9-1-1 at about 9:20 p.m., authorities said.

Search and Rescue was activated as well as the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Once fire engines arrived on scene, the couple was able to flag down responders by using their cell phone lights.

Firefighters hiked approximately one mile to escort the couple back to safety. No injuries were reported.

 

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77 Comments

  1. How do u get lost in towsley ?

  2. And why am I looking at a bear

  3. May be they were bears ! 🙊

  4. Ben Stroba Ben Stroba says:

    thats what the helicopter and search light was last night that I saw from Calgrove

  5. No comment because I just can’t figure out how this can keep happening there!!

  6. Lost? Doesn’t sound like it. Article says one of the hikers started to feel light headed, so they called 911. Units responded, and helped them out.

  7. Kieran Hawe Kieran Hawe says:

    All paths lead to the old road…so stay on the path!

  8. Patricia Ann Patricia Ann says:

    Was the bear lost too??? 🐻

  9. Erika Crosley Marcia Bennett lets go for a hike 😳🐻

  10. Derrill Boon Derrill Boon says:

    Towsley canyon at 9:20pm…… She got “light headed”…. Stop with the drugs!!!!!!

  11. Glenda Belen Gamboa, I was going to tag you too on this! 🐻😁

  12. Damon Ewan Damon Ewan says:

    Kelli Nichole ????

  13. That’s an ugly hiker!
    I would leave that one in the woods.

  14. Jason Rueck Jason Rueck says:

    Is it even possible to get “lost” in towsley.?.?.?.? I guess they just couldn’t bear it….

  15. I just can’t bear this….

  16. John Chan John Chan says:

    Place is closed at sunset , it’s pitch black on the trails not the brightest thing to do

  17. She must have gotten light headed from that heavy fur jacket she is wearing 😜

  18. Is she IN the bear?

  19. Why is there a picture of a bear?

  20. 😱 Hannah Palmer Eddy Jones

  21. Josh Shannon Josh Shannon says:

    How do you get lost in towsley cyn??

  22. Jo that could have been me

  23. Jo that could have been me

  24. Jo that could have been me

  25. Meatball the bear from Glendale relocated to towsley

  26. Meatball the bear from Glendale relocated to towsley

  27. Meatball the bear from Glendale relocated to towsley

  28. That bear knows the way out of Towsley I’m sure.

  29. That bear knows the way out of Towsley I’m sure.

  30. That bear knows the way out of Towsley I’m sure.

  31. Brad Taylor Brad Taylor says:

    Nice clickbait title and thumbnail.

  32. Brad Taylor Brad Taylor says:

    Nice clickbait title and thumbnail.

  33. Brad Taylor Brad Taylor says:

    Nice clickbait title and thumbnail.

  34. How do you get lost there? It’s a loop.

  35. Brian Homer Brian Homer says:

    Stay on the fricken trail!

  36. Kyle Fessler Kyle Fessler says:

    I wish Mountain Lions ate people more often…

  37. Tawny Biggs Tawny Biggs says:

    She looks kinda hairy! Hippies man! Smh. 😳😜

  38. RJ Anderson RJ Anderson says:

    Did anyone proof read this before it was published?

  39. Stupid title…they weren’t lost.

  40. How is it possible to get lost in Towsley Canyon?

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