ST. GEORGE — A teenage boy is in fair condition after being airlifted by Life Flight to the hospital Friday afternoon following an accident in which he drove his bike over a cliff, plummeted 40 feet and crashed into a ravine.
Hunter Anderson was out in the Warner Valley area, near East Washington Dam Road and Southern Parkway, riding dirt bikes with friends Saturday when he climbed a hill on his bike and went over a cliff.
As of Saturday, Anderson’s condition has been upgraded to fair, Dixie Regional Medical Center spokeswoman Terri Draper said.
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Anderson, 19, reportedly broke his femur, tibia, fibula, arm, wrist and both ankles in the accident. (See ed. note)
In an email to St. George News, Anderson’s father expressed gratitude to all the people who helped find and save his son.
This report is based on preliminary information provided by law enforcement or other emergency responders and may not contain the full scope of findings.
Ed. note: Direct quote removed at request of source.
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