Nov 18, 2016 12:29 PM
The Associated Press
CANAAN (AP) — Canaan police say rescuers have come to the aid of a hunter who suffered a medical emergency in a remote area.
Emergency responders found the man, who is in his 60s, in rugged terrain about 30 minutes after the call Thursday. Police said the man was suffering a life-threatening medical emergency and couldn't walk from the scene. Police and EMS personnel were able to render emergency care to him. Other emergency responders were able to reach him using an All-Terrain Vehicle. He was brought out via a logging trail.
The man's condition wasn't immediately known Thursday afternoon.
3 hours 29 minutes agoJeanie Forrester says she “was honored” when Governor-elect Chris Sununu called her and asked the former state senator to consider running for New Hampshire...
4 hours 10 minutes agoAn apartment fire that displaced 18 residents was caused by a dryer, firefighters said. (More)
4 hours 19 minutes agoGovernor-elect Chris Sununu says it’s crucial for Granite State Republicans to “stay disciplined” and “stay positive.” And in a one-on-one interview with NH1 News,...
5 hours 16 minutes agoFormer astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn has died in Ohio. He was 95. (More)
9 hours 17 minutes agoNew England Patriots star WR Julian Edelman posted a photo to Instagram holding baby Lily - seemingly acknowledging that he is her father for...
9 hours 41 minutes agoA Merrimack photography studio abruptly closed leaving dozens of families without their paid portraits. (More)