LAKE ELSINORE (CNS) - A paraglider got more than he bargained for today when high winds carried him four miles off course from the Ortega Mountains and forced him to land at a Lake Elsinore all terrain vehicle area, a sheriff's corporal said.
Witnesses on Interstate 15 alerted dispatchers at 2:06 p.m. about the paraglider who appeared to be coming in too low. Eastern winds blew the paraglider toward the ATV area where he landed without injury, Riverside County sheriff's Cpl. Joshua Morales said.
The paraglider whose name was not immediately available intended to land at the base of the Ortega Mountains when he was blown off course, Morales said.
Posted by Amy King