Man survives after falling 800 feet into Crater Lake caldera, officials say

A man was rescued after falling 800 feet into a caldera at Oregon's Crater Lake on Monday afternoon and surviving, officials said.

The Coast Guard’s North Bend Sector received a call at 3:47 p.m. from the National Park Service that a man fell into the Crater Lake caldera near Rims Village, officials said in a news release.

Emergency aircrews respond to the scene more than 30 minutes later with a Technical Rope Rescue Team ready.

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Aerial view of the caldera of Crater Lake National Park. (U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Sector North Bend)

Aerial view of the caldera of Crater Lake National Park. (U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Sector North Bend)

After already descending 600 feet into the crater, the MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew reportedly heard the man yelling from even further down.

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An MH-65 Dolphin helicopter landing at a Crater Lake parking area to transfer the injured man to AirLink Critical Care Transport on Monday. (U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Sector North Bend)

An MH-65 Dolphin helicopter landing at a Crater Lake parking area to transfer the injured man to AirLink Critical Care Transport on Monday. (U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Sector North Bend)

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Approximately 15 minutes after arriving on the scene, the man, who had fallen 800 feet, was hoisted up. He was transferred to an AirLink Critical Care Transport Team who transported him to an area hospital.

It was not immediately clear what condition the man was in Tuesday morning.