April 25, 2024
A paraglider was rescued Friday after crashing into a tree near Issaquah's Poo Poo Point. He suffered non-life threatening injuries.

A paraglider was rescued Friday afternoon after crashing into a tree near Issaquah’s Poo Poo Point.
Eastside Fire & Rescue first tweeted about the incident at 3:49 p.m. Friday.

A few pictures from this afternoon’s paraglider rope rescue. pic.twitter.com/p3J8iCxHvS
— Eastside Fire & Rescue (@EastsideFire) May 27, 2023

First responders partnered with a tree climbing service to rescue the paraglider from the tree. The paraglider was reportedly able to walk on his own with non life-threatening injuries.
Poo Poo Point, located on top of Tiger Mountain, is a popular destination for paragliders during late spring through early fall.
From 2022: Paraglider rescued from tree at Poo Poo Point
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