A woman who fell off a cliff in the Colorado national monument is doing even better this morning.
Hospital officials say 22 year old Savannah Quillin has been upgraded overnight from fair to good condition.
Quillin was hiking near the falling rock overlook with her boyfriend on Saturday, when she fell about 40 feet off the side of a cliff. It took rescue crews nearly two hours to pull her up to safety.
She was taken to the hospital by Careflight.
Park officials say Quillin and her boyfriend had wandered off the trail when the accident happened.
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