This image provided by the Orange County Sheriff's Department shows hiker, Kyndall Jack who has been missing along with companion, Nicholas Cendoya, since the weekend. Southern California authorities are resuming the search for Jack, 18, and Cendoya, 19, who vanished during a weekend hike in Cleveland National Forest.(AP Photo/Orange County Sheriff�s Department)
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif. (AP) -- Search crews have rescued an 18-year-old woman who had been missing for days in a Southern California forest.
Orange County sheriff's Lt. Jason Park says Kyndall Jack was rescued by a helicopter but he has no word on her condition.
Park says a rescuer suffered a head injury and is also being airlifted to a hospital.
Jack had been missing since Sunday after setting out on a hike with 19-year-old companion Nicolas Cendoya, who made a 911 call for help that night. He was found in very serious condition from dehydration Wednesday night.
Hospital officials say he's doing better Thursday but his condition is still serious.
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