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The approximate place of the Cathedral Ledge trail in North Conway, New Hampshire.

NORTH CONWAY, N.H. — A man from Maine was rescued Sunday following falling though climbing a cliff in North Conway, according to the New Hampshire Fish and Game Division.

Officials mentioned they had been known as to the Cathedral Ledge about noon.

According to the division, 45 year-old Sean Goodrich from Yarmouth was climbing the ledge with a companion when he fell and hit the side of a cliff.

Fish and Game mentioned Goodrich’s companion was capable to reduced down to a tiny ledge and other nearby climbers came to support as effectively.

A quantity of rescue departments from neighboring communities had been capable to hike down from the summit and stroll out on a narrow ledge to attempt and rescue Goodrich.

About three:00 p.m. Sunday, initial responders mentioned they had been capable to get Goodrich to the summit and transport him to an ambulance.

Goodrich was treated for really serious but non-life threatening injuries associated to the fall.