A helicopter from the Emergency and Rescue Group (GES) managed to access the difficult-to-access area in which a 65-year-old paraglider of German origin was stuck, injured with moderate trauma to the leg after suffering a accident in the area. Takeoff from the Taucho. The events occurred shortly before 12:45 p.m. when the Canary Islands Government’s Emergency and Security Coordination Center (CECOES) 1-1-2 received an alert reporting that a paraglider had been injured in the take-off zone and that he had been left in a place with difficult access to land resources. Associated news standard No EVENTS Helicopter saves seriously injured paraglider in Adeje (Tenerife) Laura Bautista standard No CINEMA Europe’s largest mountain film festival celebrates its absolute premiere in Tenerife Laura Bautista The 112 Canaries have deployed the necessary resources and activated the GES helicopter, which took him to the Adeje heliport, where an SUC ambulance took care of his assistance and transfer to a hospital. Firefighters secured the area so the helicopter could land on the helipad and local police worked with emergency services.