Boulder County rescue crews for the second time in two days assisted someone stuck in the Flatirons area. Tonight, they located a woman who wandered off a trail between the first and second Flatirons and became lost, officials say.
Crews were dispatched at at 6:17 p.m. on reports of a stuck climber, according to Sgt. Clay Leak of the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.
The woman, whose identity has not been released, was hiking by herself when she wandered off a trail to scramble over some rock formations between the first and second Flatirons, Leak said. She had a cell phone, Leak said.
As of 7:30 p.m., volunteers from the Rocky Mountain Rescue Group had located the woman and were helping her down, Leak said.
She was uninjured save for a skinned knee, he said.
Crews on Tuesday evening rescued two climbers, identified as Kurtis Anders, 24, and Konstyantyn Halonkin, 25, who became stuck near the summit of the First Flatiron when they could not find an anchor for rappelling down after dark, officials said.