Mt. Rubidoux hiker trapped under rocks rescued

Mt. Rubidoux:

A man who was trapped in a hole in Mt. Rubidoux for several days was found by a hiker and his dog. In fact the dog led his owner to the spot where the man was laying severely dehydrated. Hopefully, he was sent to the hospital and a fully recovery is expected.

A California man and his dog are being credited with saving a man who was trapped for days in a hole on a mountain.

Ramon Llamas says he and his dog, a mixed breed named Mole, were hiking as they often do on a trail in Riverside, Calif. when Mole suddenly stopped.

“He kept on tugging at my pant and whining, pulling me,” Llamas told MyFoxLA.com.

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Source: Fox News

Mt. Rubidoux

Mt. Rubidoux

Mt. Rubidoux is a hill within the city of Riverside, California, United States, that has been designated a city park and landmark.

The hill was once a popular Southern California tourist destination and is still the site of the oldest outdoor non-denominational Easter Sunrise service in the United States.

Many historic markers and memorials have been placed on the hill, the most prominent being the cross at the summit dedicated to Father Junípero Serra.

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