After a helicopter was dispatched toa on Sunday, several trees were damaged and a section of the was , a report said.
Chief of SussexBill Wanamaker stated that his department was called by a who had broken her ankle in Walton Glen Gorge. It is located halfway between St. Martins, Alma, and St. Martins.
Wanamaker stated that the crew arrived to find the 20-year old, who was unable to walk on the Eye of the Needle .
“It was quickly determined that thecouldn’t walk up. He said that it was almost impossible to transport them up because of the terrain.”
Wanamaker stated that crews requested an airfrom Joint Co-ordination Centre. Later that evening, a Cormorant helicopter took the off the , dropping her off at the .
Although thewas successful, the helicopter’s rotors created a downward draft and several trees were uprooted along the , said James Donald, president of the board for Fundy Authority.
Donald stated that anyoneto the after it reopens must do their research and wear appropriate shoes.