Rescuers stretcher down hiker who fainted on Bukit Apek

AMPANG: A 51-year-old man, who fainted while hiking at Bukit Apek here was rescued.

Selangor Fire and Rescue Department assistant director Ahmad Mukhlis Mukhtar said the department received the distress call at about 3.08pm on Wednesday (Sept 27).

"Seven Bomba personnel and an officer from the Pandan Indah fire station were deployed to the scene to rescue the victim.

"The victim was hiking with 10 others when the incident occurred," he said.

Ahmad Mukhlis said rescuers reached the location at about 3.55pm.

"We managed to rescue the victim and bring him down the hill," he added.

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