Injured Border Patrol Agent Airlifted from Remote Mountain Area in California

Steve Neavling 

A Border Patrol agent was rescued after tumbling down a 15-foot bluff while on solo patrol in remote mountains in San Diego County, ABC 10 News reports.

The agent suffered head, arm and leg injuries around 7 a.m. Tuesday and radioed his colleagues for help.

Fellow agents rushed to his side and stabilized him while a sheriff’s helicopter was en route.

Authorities said his injuries don’t appear to be life-threatening, ABC 10 News reported.

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