Well done that Rocky Mountain Ranger!
Anatomy of a rescue: How heroic strangers saved injured Surrey family from a mudslide
It was a struggle for the determined dad and nurse to carry the 6-foot-2 teenager over the many mounds of debris lying between the van and a life-saving rope.
A 15-metre rope dangling down the embankment had been tied to a utility pole at the top by another stranded motorist, an infantry soldier with the Rocky Mountain Rangers, a Canadian Armed Forces reserve unit.
Here’s an opportunity for the H&A system to prove itself. Bloody good work.