The on-duty members of the Börzsöny Mountain Rescue Service had just started their service on Sunday morning when the first call for help came through the service's emergency line. The young female hiker called the mountain rescuers because she had sprained or twisted her ankle and couldn't continue her hike from the Nagy-Hideg Tourist House.
Twenty minutes later, the mountain rescue service's on-duty team arrived at Nagy-Hideg Hill, where they provided first aid to the injured hiker and transported her by off-road vehicle to the Cseresznyefa parking lot. From there, her friends took her to the hospital in their own vehicle for further examination and treatment.
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