June 21, 2021
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first_imgA husband and wife were rescued today about 1,000 feet below the Mt. Adams summit, a point they reached only to get stuck late Thursday on their way down when terrain turned icy, authorities said.At about 10:42 p.m., crews were called on to rescue the husband and wife who were stranded by bad weather and dealing with medical complications, according to emergency police scanners monitored at The Columbian.A search and rescue official said Thursday night the twosome was poorly equipped, cold and likely dehydrated.They were retrieved today at about 10:30 a.m. They were given food and water and walked down the mountain under their own power, said Steve Sutliff of the Yakima County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue team. The Tacoma-area climbers are in their 50s.last_img