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Bell Canyon features two waterfalls within a 4 1/2-hour round trip. The upper waterfall, seen here, is found by reaching a large boulder and taking the left fork in the trail. Photo by Nate Carlisle.
Man falls from Bell Canyon waterfall
First Published Aug 02 2014 07:27 pm • Last Updated Aug 02 2014 09:31 pm

A 20-year-old man was rescued from Bell Canyon after falling from the lower waterfall.

The 20-year-old man was hiking with friends Saturday when, about 5:30 p.m., he slipped and fell 45 feet from top of the waterfall into the water, said Unified Police Detective Jared Richardson.

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The man appeared to have only suffered a cut to his chin and head, and was flown to Intermountain Medical Center as a precaution, Richardson said.


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