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(Crater Lake Nat'l Forest, OR)  --  Two Seattle-area men who were rescued after getting stranded in Crater Lake National Forest in Oregon may face federal charges.  Authorities in Oregon say the hikers, both 30-years-old, illegally entered a prohibited area in the park Sunday as they tried to get photographs of their hike.  Rescue crews flying a helicopter in the area found the hikers Sunday night, and the men were rescued yesterday morning along the shore of the lake.  Officials say one of the men suffered serious injuries when he fell several hundred feet while making his way into the prohibited area.

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