Hiker, 74, whose gurney spun out of control during helicopter rescue sues city for $2M

A 74-year-old hiker who was caught on crazy video spinning out of control while being airlifted by a helicopter in Arizona on a stretcher has filed a notice of claim against the city of Phoenix — for a dizzying $2 million, according to a report.

Katalin Metro was hiking off Piestewa Peak near Phoenix on June 4 when she apparently tripped along the trail, became disoriented and needed help getting back down, according to Fox 10.

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Firefighters wrapped Metro like a mummy and strapped her in a so-called “stokes basket,” which the helicopter lifted gently — before it began to spin, slowly at first, then faster and faster until she looked like a human chopper blade.

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The spinning lasted a solid minute, as seen in the viral video that has been viewed millions of times.

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“I kept watching and hoping, just hoping that something would stop it,” Metro’s husband, George, said on Phoenix-based radio station KTAR-FM.

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At the time, rescue crews tried to explain how a person can turn into a pinwheel.

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