MSNBC.COM - A hiker stranded by a broken leg in a remote part of California's Shasta-Trinity National Forest acted as a doctor first, and a patient second, when the paramedic who flew in to rescue him last week was struck in the head by a helicopter blade.
Dr. Jeremy Kilburn, an
Air Force pulmonologist from Las Vegas, was hiking with a friend in a
rugged section of the park near Big Bear Lake when he broke his leg and
injured his ankle, according to the California Highway Patrol. The
Highway Patrol sent two officers in a medevac to the area. click here to read more