The Bachelorette’s Jesse Csincsak Rescues Mother and Son in Colorado Backcountry

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Reality star Jesse Csincsak to the rescue!

The winner of season 4 of The Bachelorette came to the aid of two stranded skiers Friday in the woods of Vail, Colorado.

Happening to be in the right place at the right time, avid winter sports enthusiast Csincsak rescued skier Hillary Skye and her son Dylon Arnold after they got lost 15 miles into the backcountry.

"They legitimately thought there was a chairlift nearby," Csincsak told local news outlet CBS4 of the pair. "They definitely were not out of their ability level. They just dropped into a zone they didn't realize how dangerous it really was."

Coming to the family's aid after they had been stranded for about an hour and a half, Csincsak — dad to son Noah — was snowmobiling nearby when he was inspired to act.

"I just wanted to get them out of there and home to their family," he told WB2 News. "it's definitely not a place you want to spent the night."

Csincsak's good deed isn't his first in the Vail ski area, having rescued a snowboarder who took a wrong turn in the same location one year ago.

"Being out there all the time, I don't think you could walk out of there in one day, even if you knew the way," he said. "[Dylon and Hillary] didn't have a real good chance of being found because no one even knew they were missing."

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