Man, child, dog rescued after 48 hours in Mount Hood ravine

MOUNT HOOD, Ore. (AP) — Officials say a man and his young daughter, along with their dog, were rescued from a ravine where the man had been injured and stuck for more than 48 hours without supplies, officials said. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports Peter Munro of Canby had gone to Kinzel Lake in the Mt. Hood National Forest to set up camp on Tuesday. Munro’s wife, Camille Munro, arrived that evening, but found the camp empty. She figured they had gone for a hike, but when no one returned she began searching and found their truck at a trailhead. The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office search and rescue and other teams found them early Thursday and took Peter Munro to a hospital.