8 women at retreat need rescue during hike in 100-degree heat, Arizona officials say

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Eight women part of a retreat needed rescuing while hiking an Arizona mountain in 100-degree heat, fire officials told multiple news outlets.

The group of women started hiking Camelback Mountain’s Echo Canyon trail in Phoenix the morning of Thursday, June 23, KSAZ-TV reported.

By about noon, the hikers needed medical attention and help getting down the mountain, 3TV/CBS 5 reported.

Three people were taken to a hospital in stable condition, KSAZ-TV reported.

The temperature in Phoenix was 106 at the time of the rescue, according to timeanddate.

The hikers said they were in the city for filming a reality TV show, KPNX-TV reported.

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