Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Hamilton Firefighter shares story of recovery after near-fatal rope rescue at Albion Falls

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A Hamilton firefighter survived a 20-foot fall down Albion Falls and is sharing the story of his remarkable recovery. In July of last year, first responders were called to the popular area to rescue three hikers who had gotten lost. While the hikers walked away from the situation unharmed, firefighter Charles Madder shattered his face in what could have been a deadly fall. Kelly Botelho reports.

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