This Is Officially The Best Worst Helicopter Rescue Of All Time

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Imagine for a second that you're on a hike.

Where are you hiking? I'm at Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park.

Now, imagine that you've sustained an injury of some sort. In my imaginary hike, I was impaled by the antlers of a charging bull moose, but to each his own.

Imagine laying on the ground in agony then feeling the wave of relief that washes over you as the helicopter appears to lift you to safety...

...only for this to happen:
That relief would turn to confusion and fear as the world violently spins around you.

Then once the spinning subsides, the confusion and fear would morph into rage directed at the helicopter people.

This is the part of the story where I let you know that this 74-year old woman ended up being fine. No need to feel guilty about laughing.

They had an easier time getting Homer Simpson out of Springfield Gorge.

When I first saw the video I was stunned. It's a terrifying sight, but as the spinning continues as they raise and lower the woman in attempt to curtail the spinning, it crosses over into absurdity.

This is by far the funniest medical/rescue fail since paramedics accidentally dropped Mike Modano.


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