Two and one dog were rescued from a snowy hut 58 days later

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Two people rescued 58 days later in a snow-covered Northern California cabin

On February 1, two people and their dog were rescued from a snow-covered hut in Sierra County, northern California, officials said. CHP, who dispatched an H-20 helicopter to request help from the Sierra County Sheriff’s Office and assist in rescue, said they were trapped because snow and fallen trees were blocking the road. “The H-20 was able to land near the cabin while the very strong winds were blowing,” CHP wrote on Facebook. “The pair and their dog were flown to the landing zone on the H-20, where Sierra County agents transported them to a safe place,” they said. Credits: Valley Division Air Operations by CHP – Storyful