ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — An injured climber has been airlifted from K-2 Peak southwest of Aspen, but no information on the climber’s condition has been released.

The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Department says a group led by a climbing guide from Aspen Expeditions found the injured person Sunday afternoon. The guide and his party were descending Capitol Peak at the time.

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Mountain Rescue Aspen and a Black Hawk helicopter from the Army National Guard training center in Gypsum responded. The climber was at about 13,500 feet elevation.

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The helicopter took the climber to Aspen Valley Hospital.

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