Man in stable condition after rope rescue near Dundas Peak

News Jun 30, 2020 by Mac Christie Flamborough Review

A 27-year-old Dundas man is in hospital in stable condition after falling more than 30 feet while bicycling near the Dundas Peak on June 29.

Hamilton Police spokesperson Const. Jerome Stewart said emergency services received a call just after 7 p.m. on Monday evening that a man had fallen 30 to 40 feet near the Dundas Peak while riding his bicycle with a friend.

Hamilton Police, Hamilton Fire Services and the Hamilton Paramedic Service responded to the call and a rope rescue was conducted around 7:30 p.m.

Stewart said the 27-year-old man was transported to hospital and is listed in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.

Hamilton Paramedic Service Supt. Dave Thompson said the man called emergency crews from the scene and experienced minor trauma consistent with the fall.

“Bumps, bruises and scrapes, but nothing major,” Thompson said.

- with files from the Hamilton Spectator.

Man in stable condition after rope rescue near Dundas Peak

27-year-old Dundas man fell while biking June 29

News Jun 30, 2020 by Mac Christie Flamborough Review

A 27-year-old Dundas man is in hospital in stable condition after falling more than 30 feet while bicycling near the Dundas Peak on June 29.

Hamilton Police spokesperson Const. Jerome Stewart said emergency services received a call just after 7 p.m. on Monday evening that a man had fallen 30 to 40 feet near the Dundas Peak while riding his bicycle with a friend.

Hamilton Police, Hamilton Fire Services and the Hamilton Paramedic Service responded to the call and a rope rescue was conducted around 7:30 p.m.

Stewart said the 27-year-old man was transported to hospital and is listed in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.

Hamilton Paramedic Service Supt. Dave Thompson said the man called emergency crews from the scene and experienced minor trauma consistent with the fall.

“Bumps, bruises and scrapes, but nothing major,” Thompson said.

- with files from the Hamilton Spectator.

Man in stable condition after rope rescue near Dundas Peak

27-year-old Dundas man fell while biking June 29

News Jun 30, 2020 by Mac Christie Flamborough Review

A 27-year-old Dundas man is in hospital in stable condition after falling more than 30 feet while bicycling near the Dundas Peak on June 29.

Hamilton Police spokesperson Const. Jerome Stewart said emergency services received a call just after 7 p.m. on Monday evening that a man had fallen 30 to 40 feet near the Dundas Peak while riding his bicycle with a friend.

Hamilton Police, Hamilton Fire Services and the Hamilton Paramedic Service responded to the call and a rope rescue was conducted around 7:30 p.m.

Stewart said the 27-year-old man was transported to hospital and is listed in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.

Hamilton Paramedic Service Supt. Dave Thompson said the man called emergency crews from the scene and experienced minor trauma consistent with the fall.

“Bumps, bruises and scrapes, but nothing major,” Thompson said.

- with files from the Hamilton Spectator.