Update: The woman hiker injured in the Fresno County mountains was airlifted Sunday afternoon to Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno.
Her condition was good when she arrived, said Fresno County Sheriff's Lt. Kathy Curtice.
She was first spotted by the California Highway Patrol helicopter early Sunday and search and rescue crews reached her on the ground. She was then airlifted out by the helicopter and arrived at the hospital about 3:45 p.m., Curtice said.
It took a crew of about 20 to get the woman out of the remote location on the Upper Middle Fork of the Kings River. She was missing since Saturday night.
The Fresno County Sheriff's Search and Rescue team also was aided by Fresno County Emergency Medical Services crews.
Fresno County sheriff's rescue teams are working to rescue an injured woman in Fresno County's mountains.
The woman, believed to be in her early 30s, was hiking along the Upper Middle Fork of the Kings River on Saturday. She is at about 3,000 feet in elevation, but surrounded by steep inclines with elevation reaching 6,000 feet, said Fresno County Sheriff's Lt. Kathy Curtice.
She was discovered late Saturday night and the extent of her injuries was not known since rescuers had not reached her by 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Curtice said.
"The weather hampered everything," she said.
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