An amazing story of hunters coming to the rescue of a girl in need.

A 17-year-old was driving a Jeep when it went down a 200 foot ravine near Idaho City on Thursday. The girl managed to climb out, put out a fire that had started, and crawl up to Centerville Road.

Two hunters from the Treasure Valley stopped to help the girl who ended up being flown to a hospital in Boise for treatable injuries.

The girl's mother posted on KTVB's Facebook page in hopes of finding the men who helped her daughter and thanking them. On Sunday the hunters were found.

The hunters and the girl's family are private people and asked to not be identified, but wanted us to share this story to show how Idahoans truly do help others.