SONOMA (CBS13) — A rescue crew from the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office airlifted an injured hiker to safety Saturday morning.

Helicopter “Henry-1” was dispatched to Sonoma Mountain Regional Park for a hiker who suffered a knee injury and couldn’t walk any further.

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The crew located the woman and landed nearby.

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After they checked the hiker out, they decided to fly her to safety.

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A deputy and the woman were secured below the helicopter to a long line and flown to awaiting fire and ambulance crews.