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(KSL News) -- More than 20 search and rescue workers were called out tonight to help a woman hiking in Utah County.
Her husband called 911 on their way down Lone Peak. She felt ill, and dispatch felt it serious enough to send a medical helicopter.
LifeFlight landed on the mountain, picked the woman up and brought her down. From there she went to the hospital.
Authorities say she may have suffered from heat exhaustion.