Edmonds police officers Sunday helped rescue a 57-year-old Shoreline man who slid down a ravine and was stuck for two days. (Edmonds Police Department)

Edmonds police officers Sunday helped rescue a 57-year-old Shoreline man who slid down a ravine and was stuck for two days. (Edmonds Police Department)

Police find, rescue Shoreline man trapped in Edmonds ravine

Someone heard cries for help near a forested hillside near Marina Beach. He was there two days.

EDMONDS — Police officers Sunday helped find and rescue a man who fell down a ravine and was stuck for two days.

The Shoreline man, 57, reportedly slid down the steep hill east of the Marina Beach off-leash dog park, the Edmonds Police Department said. Someone called 911 after reportedly hearing calls for help in the area.

Officers cleared thick brush on the hillside and looked for a while before they found him injured and stuck. He was taken to Swedish Hospital Edmonds for hypothermia.

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