Authorities: 5 hikers believed trapped by rock slide in Colo.; another removed with injuries

Authorities say five hikers have been trapped by a rock slide on a trail in south-central Colorado, and another has been pulled out and flown to a hospital.

The Chaffee (CHAY'-fee) County Sheriff's Department says the slide occurred Monday in the Pike and San Isabel National Forest.

Authorities say a teenage girl was extracted from the slide and flown to a hospital. The nature and extent of her injuries weren't available.

Officials say a seventh person is unaccounted for.

The names, ages and hometowns of the victims haven't been released.

The rock slide occurred on the trail to Agnes Vaille (VAYL) Falls, about a 2 1/2 hour drive southwest of Denver.