PORTLAND (KGTV) -- The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and Oregon National Guard worked to rescue and injured climber on Mount Hood Friday.
A CH-47 Chinook helicopter hoisted the injured climber and six rescuers from the summit of Oregon's tallest peak.
The climber chose the peak as the place to end his life but later changed his mind when he got to the top, according to the Associated Press. He then needed assistance to descend the mountain.
If you think someone may be seriously considering suicide, do a safety check, look to see if they have any weapons, or have been stockpiling medication, getting clinical help is an option.
There is an abundance of resources:
It's Up 2 Us
Suicide is Preventable
Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program
The Crisis Line is open 24/7 at 888-724-7240.