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Injured Duluth Man Rescued in Quetico Park

Created: 08/29/2014 11:17 AM WDIO.com

Ontario Provincial Police officers have rescued a Duluth man who broke his leg in Quetico Provincial Park, which is north of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

The OPP says the 60-year-old man was travelling with a group that was able to use another group's SPOT emergency beacon signal to call for help.  The area of the park is not accessible by road.

Officers flew the man to Eva Lake, where an ambulance picked him up to take him to a hospital.

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