Four young adults who want to possibly watch the sunset strayed Tuesday night in Mount Molson, Saint-Sauveur in the Laurentians. They needed the intervention of firefighters and police officers to be rescued.
Just before midnight Tuesday, the Quebec Provincial Police received a call about four elderly twenty years no longer found their way. Police were against them, but were not able to bring them back.
So they contacted the fire department of Saint-Sauveur / Piedmont has deployed a team specializing in mountain rescue.
"It took several hours before removing them from their unfortunate position," said Gerald Plante, director of the fire department.
He said the hikers had gone very far in the Mount as the place is snowy and icy. The site "is all rock heading there. They were therefore unable to locate their way, "said Mr. Bush.
Firefighters have finally managed to bring to port police and young adults a little before 5 pm.
One woman was taken to hospital since suffering from hypothermia, but his life is not in danger. The other three, another woman and two men, were not injured.
"We are doing more to rescue this place in the summer, but this year is the first time we should trigger an operation in winter," said Mr. Bush.
It specified that four people had ventured into the Mount Molson for "possibly see the sunset."