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When this is your office that they had worked in certain.
Get the adrenaline flowing.
Forty year old man fell seventy feet on the rocks unconscious -- things.
A call for help from shenandoah national park.
The US park police were on the way in a helicopter called eagle line.
The rescue was captured on video.
And I was on the left side -- of my life vest.
There's a lot of trees there's a lot of rocks it got pretty narrow and there if you make a grievous error there's it's not very forgiving.
Even dropping the -- was difficult.
Now is -- there's not enough pressure helicopter like this under the circumstances can only hover for about five minutes before there's too much stress on the engine so they have a small window of opportunity to make this rescue happened on the ground Rangers from shenandoah national park at look at the patient -- the basket.
When we got the thumbs up from the people on the ground that he was packaged carefully and safely that's when we commenced the voice.
The toughest part comes when the patient is closest to the chopper.
That's my foot.
Sticking out making sure that the patient does not can hit the skids on a helicopter.
It's Brian -- since.
First rescued since becoming a paramedic.
So you can only doing so many static times in the field here.
It was a -- in a basket to -- compared having a real patient.
They completed the rescue -- under the five minute window and rushed to the hospital.
Can we need to get him here as fast as we did.
That's a good feeling that we actually affected and possibly save the -- life.
Its -- very good you know I think has sent text in my life you know it.
It's on myself -- a -- -- pretty satisfying it feels.
In Washington Beth Parker Fox -- News.
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