Kent Harrison Search and Rescue sent three rescuers down an embankment up East Harrison Forest Service Road on Jan. 16, 2020, to lift up people who had crashed down an embankment. (Kent Harrison Search and Rescue image)

Kent Harrison Search and Rescue sent three rescuers down an embankment up East Harrison Forest Service Road on Jan. 16, 2020, to lift up people who had crashed down an embankment. (Kent Harrison Search and Rescue image)

UPDATE: Two people involved in ATV rollover 100 feet down ravine in Harrison, at least one injured

Incident happened shortly before 5 p.m. on Harrison East Forest Service Road

Two people were rescued, and at least one of them was injured, after they were involved in an ATV rollover in Harrison on Saturday (Jan. 16).

Reports of an ATV that went down a 100-foot ravine came in shortly before 5 p.m. on the Harrison East Forest Service Road. Agassiz Fire Department, BC Ambulance Service and Kent Harrison Search and Rescue attended the scene.

Both believed to be in their 30s. One person was in and out of consciousness.

A helicopter was paged and was initially supposed to set up a landing zone near Highway 1 and Annis Road, but was reported relocated to Chilliwack Airport as darkness fell.


 

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Emergency crews were called to an ATV rollover on Harrison East Forest Service Road on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021. (Google Maps)

Emergency crews were called to an ATV rollover on Harrison East Forest Service Road on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021. (Google Maps)

Kent Harrison Search and Rescue sent three rescuers down an embankment up East Harrison Forest Service Road on Jan. 16, 2020, to lift up people who had crashed down an embankment. (Kent Harrison Search and Rescue image)

Kent Harrison Search and Rescue sent three rescuers down an embankment up East Harrison Forest Service Road on Jan. 16, 2020, to lift up people who had crashed down an embankment. (Kent Harrison Search and Rescue image)

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