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December 2, 1991 | MARK LANDSBAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 37-year-old woman and an 11-year-old boy, lost and trapped in a sudden snowstorm while hiking atop Mt. Baldy, were rescued and in good condition Sunday after surviving two days in subfreezing temperatures and knifing, 100-m.p.h. winds. Authorities said that young Ryan McIntosh and his hiking companion, Cynthia Moyneur, both of Orange County, suffered frostbite to their feet but otherwise appeared healthy.
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July 13, 1999 | DIANA MARCUM ERIC MALNIC and TOM GORMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Exhausted and fearful of more destruction beneath ominous skies, residents of this small hamlet in the San Bernardino Mountains struggled Monday to dig out from a flash flood and landslide on Sunday that killed a woman and destroyed about 18 homes.
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December 2, 1991 | MARK LANDSBAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I'm shocked that they found him alive," said Barbara McIntosh, as she stroked her son's forehead at San Antonio Hospital's emergency room Sunday afternoon. Her 11-year-old son, Ryan, and 37-year-old Cynthia Moyneur had become lost while hiking atop Mt. Baldy when they were caught in a sudden snowstorm. They were rescued in good condition Sunday after surviving two days in sub-freezing weather and chilling 100-m.p.h. winds.
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December 3, 1991 | CATHERINE GEWERTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His frostbitten feet wrapped in gauze, an Orange County sixth-grader said Monday that surviving with a companion for two harrowing days on a freezing mountainside was a miracle that has bolstered his faith in God. Ryan McIntosh, 11, described the emotional roller coaster that he rode with Cynthia Moyneur, 37, after the two became separated from four hiking companions and were trapped by a sudden, fierce snowstorm on Mt. Baldy on Friday night.
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July 13, 1999 | DIANA MARCUM ERIC MALNIC and TOM GORMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Exhausted and fearful of more destruction beneath ominous skies, residents of this small hamlet in the San Bernardino Mountains struggled Monday to dig out from a flash flood and landslide on Sunday that killed a woman and destroyed about 18 homes.
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September 6, 1990
A midday desert cloudburst Wednesday caused flash-flooding, cut off power and prompted numerous road closures in the Yucca Valley and Joshua Tree areas of San Bernardino County, California Division of Forestry firefighters said. Seventeen houses were flooded and several motorists were forced to abandon their cars in intersections flooded by the sudden rainstorm.
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September 4, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first, Ann Dodier did not know what hit her. "There was a bright light, such a bright light, I couldn't believe it. For a second, I thought I was dead," said Dodier, 31, from her hospital room in Loma Linda Monday. "And then it was like in slow motion, I fell backwards." In a sudden and unexpected hail and thunderstorm Sunday afternoon, Dodier and 11 other family members and friends were struck by lightning while vacationing at a campground near Big Bear Lake.
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December 3, 1991 | CATHERINE GEWERTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His frostbitten feet wrapped in gauze, an Orange County sixth-grader said Monday that surviving with a companion for two harrowing days on a freezing mountainside was a miracle that has bolstered his faith in God. Ryan McIntosh, 11, described the emotional roller coaster that he rode with Cynthia Moyneur, 37, after the two became separated from four hiking companions and were trapped by a sudden, fierce snowstorm on Mt. Baldy on Friday night.
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December 2, 1991 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Operating on less than four hours' sleep, the three volunteers who rescued Cindy Moyneur and Ryan McIntosh on Sunday endured a 24-hour search in which they fought mountain gusts by crawling on all fours with 55-pound supply packs on their backs.
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February 17, 1992 | GEORGE FRANK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John and Josette Rekettye of Laguna Niguel used the break in a series of storms Sunday to get out of the house and take their two, large golden retrievers for a walk along Dana Point Harbor. After a week of stormy weather, the partly sunny skies and beautiful views Sunday led thousands of Orange County residents to spend a day outdoors for the first time since the devastating recent storms that put emergency services to a punishing test in Southern California.
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December 2, 1991 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Operating on less than four hours' sleep, the three volunteers who rescued Cindy Moyneur and Ryan McIntosh on Sunday endured a 24-hour search in which they fought mountain gusts by crawling on all fours with 55-pound supply packs on their backs.
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December 2, 1991 | MARK LANDSBAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I'm shocked that they found him alive," said Barbara McIntosh, as she stroked her son's forehead at San Antonio Hospital's emergency room Sunday afternoon. Her 11-year-old son, Ryan, and 37-year-old Cynthia Moyneur had become lost while hiking atop Mt. Baldy when they were caught in a sudden snowstorm. They were rescued in good condition Sunday after surviving two days in sub-freezing weather and chilling 100-m.p.h. winds.
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December 2, 1991 | MARK LANDSBAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 37-year-old woman and an 11-year-old boy, lost and trapped in a sudden snowstorm while hiking atop Mt. Baldy, were rescued and in good condition Sunday after surviving two days in subfreezing temperatures and knifing, 100-m.p.h. winds. Authorities said that young Ryan McIntosh and his hiking companion, Cynthia Moyneur, both of Orange County, suffered frostbite to their feet but otherwise appeared healthy.
NEWS
September 6, 1990
A midday desert cloudburst Wednesday caused flash-flooding, cut off power and prompted numerous road closures in the Yucca Valley and Joshua Tree areas of San Bernardino County, California Division of Forestry firefighters said. Seventeen houses were flooded and several motorists were forced to abandon their cars in intersections flooded by the sudden rainstorm.
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September 4, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first, Ann Dodier did not know what hit her. "There was a bright light, such a bright light, I couldn't believe it. For a second, I thought I was dead," said Dodier, 31, from her hospital room in Loma Linda Monday. "And then it was like in slow motion, I fell backwards." In a sudden and unexpected hail and thunderstorm Sunday afternoon, Dodier and 11 other family members and friends were struck by lightning while vacationing at a campground near Big Bear Lake.
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