GURLEY, Ala. – Multiple first responders rescued a man who was stuck in a tree while paragliding near Randolph Lane in Gurley on Saturday afternoon.
The man was stuck in a tree near the Keel Mountain Hang Gliding Launch.
HEMSI spokesperson Don Webster said HEMSI responded to the call at 2:12 p.m. on Saturday.
An Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) helicopter rescued the man shortly after 5 p.m., after he had been stuck for over three hours.
Webster said the man has a possible leg injury and is being taken to Huntsville Hospital.
ALEA, Huntsville Fire & Rescue, Gurley Police, Gurley Volunteer Fire Department, and HEMSI responded to the scene.