Two men were rescued from Camelback Mountain after becoming dehydrated on Monday evening.
According to the Phoenix Fire Department, crews were called out after a 16-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man were hiking in a spot that was too steep and were unable to get down.
Crews were able to reach them. They were harnessed onto rescue hikers from the fire department. The two hikers were in good condition. They were walked down the mountain and were taken home by their parents.