Emergency personnel were called to Lookout Mountain on Saturday night to rescue two 14-year-old girls who got lost in the woods behind Craven's House, Lookout Mountain dispatchers said.
The girls used a cellphone to call for rescue about 8 p.m., and searchers had spotty contact with them. The girls were reported safe and uninjured shortly before 9:30 p.m.
Park rangers and Chattanooga police and firefighters also helped with the search, Chattanooga dispatchers said.
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