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A scrambler who got stuck on the Second Flatiron needed to be rescued Thursday evening.

According to a news release from the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, about 6 p.m. Boulder County dispatchers got a call about a lost hiker who turned out to be stuck after scrambling onto the rock.

The release stated other hikers waited on the trail to show rescuers where the scrambler was stuck. Rocky Mountain Rescue Group members used technical gear to reach the scrambler and get them off the rock.

The hiker, who was not injured, hiked out on their own after getting back on the trail. The rescue took about two and a half hours.

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