TUCSON – A woman hiking a trail on A Mountain was rescued Tuesday evening after she reportedly injured her ankle and was bitten by a snake.
According to Tucson Fire Department, two hikers were walking the bottom of Sentinel Peak Saturday when one of the individuals rolled her ankle. Officials say the two wandered off trail path and required rescuing.
When rescued crews arrived at the scene, they treated the two and transported the woman for her injuries. The woman originally reported that she believed she was bitten by a snake, but said they did not see a snake during their trek.
The woman was said to be in her 20’s.
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