PHOENIX - A 15-year-old girl was rescued by fire officials after she didn't bring enough water while hiking a Phoenix mountain trail.
According to the Phoenix Fire Department, a caller phoned officials around 7:30 a.m. about a girl who was vomiting and not feeling well while hiking Piestewa Peak.
The girl was at the summit trail at the 3/4 mile marker, and was walked down by Phoenix fire personnel.
Officials said the incident was heat related.
Firefighter Tom Taylor says it seems they're on pace to set a record for mountain rescues this year.
The girl, who was hiking with a group, was treated at the scene and refused transport to the hospital.