Climber rescued after 80 foot fall at Graining Fork Nature Preserve

Courtesy: Wolfe County Search and Rescue

WOLFE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- Search and rescue crews pulled a climber out of Graining Fork Nature Preserve after an 80 foot fall.

The team says it got a call Saturday afternoon for a climber from Cleveland. He reportedly fell, and the person keeping him safe at the bottom could not stop his fall.

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He was airlifted to UK Hospital.

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