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4/3/2020 11:30 PM
 

I was just wondering if it made sense from a SAR perspective that a lot of the government owned trails in NC are open to hikers and mountain bikers, but all of the OHV Trails, and even the dirt roads with no residents in my area are being shut down. Does allowing people to run OHV trails put too much strain on the SAR system, or is there some other reason that I haven’t seen on why it is the way it is. I’ve been frustrated about it all day, but I haven’t found a clear answer.

 
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4/6/2020 2:21 PM
 
Ya, I don't know. It sucks because I want to go ride but the OHV trails are closed over here in CA.
 
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4/23/2020 10:39 PM
 

OHV users get themselves into heaps of trouble. crushing their hands. crushing their faces. crushing their heads. A nurse friend in the ER said she sees so many brains from OHV guests. ... however, their accidents on right on the roads so it's usually pretty easy for the ambulance to scoop them up and bring them to the hospital. Hikers do get into trouble like getting lost and calling for help. They're in pretty remote places, but usually it's a simple matter of walking them out.

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