NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - Three hikers were rescued from a mountainside in Rockland County, New York, after being trapped there for hours. Authorities say they climbed up part of Hook Mountain in Nyack but ended up getting stuck on a plateau about 250 feet up.
One of them was able to make it to the bottom, but firefighters had to rescue the other two.
No one was hurt.
Just last week, a hiker was rescued from the same mountain after getting stuck in a tree.