Woman taken to hospital after being rescued from Spokane River
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — Spokane Valley Fire Department rescued a woman from the Spokane River Monday afternoon.
She was located in the river near Indiana and Sullivan in Spokane Valley after another woman saw her and called 911.
The woman was reportedly face-down in the water, and a fire department inspector and a bystander pulled her ashore to give her CPR, which restored her heartbeat. Other first responders took over when they arrived, eventually transporting her to the hospital.
The woman is described as being in her mid-30s, and her condition is currently unknown.
It is unclear why the woman was in the river and what the extent of her injuries were.
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