Separate air ambulances lifted an adult and a 10-year-old out of Yellowstone National Park after a car went off a slope on Dunraven Pass Wednesday afternoon.
Jonathan Shafer, a spokesman for the park, said in an email that park law enforcement found a single car 50 feet down a slope with five people inside.
He didn’t offer any further detail on the injuries to the two people who were flown away from the crash. The other three had “lesser injuries” and were taken away by ground ambulances.
A tow truck came to pull the car off the slope.
[Local News Story]