Police scanner enthusiast taking the hobby of scanning to the next level. Providing two online police scanner feeds a Facebook group and a Facebook page to bring real time statewide (Oregon) information to our followers in real time.
Subscribe to this blog
Follow by Email
Medford woman rescued after falling 100 feet at Toketee Falls
TOKETEE, Ore. - A 40 year-old Medford woman was flown by air ambulance to a hospital for treatment after falling approximately 100 feet Thursday afternoon. 9-1-1 dispatchers received a call at 3:20 pm, reporting a woman who had fallen near Toketee Falls while hiking. Deputies and emergency personnel responded to the scene. Deputies learned that Laura Greenley, had went outside of the safety fencing along the trail and tried to hike down to the falls when she fell. At about 7:00 pm, rescue crews from Douglas County Fire District #2 were able to bring the woman back to the trail where she was transferred to EMS crews from Bay Cities Ambulance who transported her to a waiting Lifeflight helicopter. She was transported to a Medford hospital. The US Forest Service also assisted at the scene.