California couple rescued after being trapped in remote cabin for 2 months – National

A California couple was rescued by a helicopter crew after spending most of it two months trapped in their cabin by fallen trees and heavy snowfall.

The California Highway Patrol Valley Division Division Air Operations (CHP) shared in a Facebook post on Wednesday that they were called in to help rescue the couple, who were trapped in a remote cabin in Northern California following a December 6 snowstorm. 2021.

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The couple and their dog had run out of supplies and the roads were impassable.

The CHP sent a helicopter rescue team over, sharing footage of their descent into the jungle. In the video, the front of the cabin can be seen blocked by snow.

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The front of the cabin can be seen by the snow.

Screengrab / CHP / Facebook

According to CBS News, the area where the cabin was sawed historic snowfall in Decemberwith more than 17 feet falling in Lake Tahoe.

The patrol said the helicopter was able to land near the cabin, despite strong winds.

The couple and their dog were taken to the landing pad by Sierra County delegates and transported to a safe location.

The identity of the couple has yet to be shared.

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