September 3, 2015
A high school student who was one of four family members rescued after three bone-chilling nights stranded in the Northern California mountains was sent back to the hospital Thursday morning after telling her family her feet hurt.
Alexis Dominguez, 15, was hospitalized for pain in her toes from minor frostbite.
Michelle Nye, a spokeswoman for Feather River Hospital in Paradise, says Dominguez was admitted to the hospital shortly after 2 a.m.
Alexis, along with her father, Frederick Dominguez, 38, and her two brothers, Christopher, 18, and Joshua, 12, were snatched from the cold Wednesday afternoon after they were spotted by a helicopter crew.
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