Frum Lakewood Family Rescued in New Hampshire’s White Mountains


new-hampshireConcord, N.H. – Rescuers have come to the aid of a New Jersey family stranded on a trail in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.

Jed and Miriam Einhorn and their son, Chaim, of Lakewood, N.J., set out from a trailhead from Mount Lafayette to hike a nine-mile loop. They called for 911 for assistance about 9 p.m. Tuesday. The couple are in their 50s; Chaim Einhorn is 31.

The family had a small light with them, but it was not sufficient for them to navigate the wooded trail.

New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officers reached the Einhorns about 11:15 p.m. and escorted them down the mountain.
Lt. James Kneeland said the family was familiar with the trail, but did not allow enough time to complete their planned hike.

Source: NJ.COM

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  1. What time did they start? What time did the family expect to complete the round trip? What exactly was the danger? How much farther did they still have to go? They had cell phone coverage, in middle of all those tree’s? Who is responsible over here? There are a lot of questions that need to be answered? A lot of info is missing. Please don’t give half stories, Matzav.

  2. It’s almost Ellul raboissai – tomorrow is Yom Kippur Kotton its time to finnish with all this narishkeiten (foolishness) and start getting back to learning Torah and doing some Teshuva. E

  3. # 2; been there, done that? Why do you have so many questions. You never heard of time passing, and people panicking? Being in the woods over night is good and scary. I am happy they are safe. I don’t think you need to ask questions of three mature adults.


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