Good People, My party and I were on the saddle between the false summit, and the summit block, and I witnessed the accident.
Grey was approximately 200ft high on the east face of the block when he fell. He and his partner began the climb just about in the center of the east face. The two became separated about 50ft up the face. Grey was trending north, climbing strait up the face making many class 5 moves. Greys partner was about 100ft off the deck following a ramp system that was heading to the south.
My team was at the base of the rock looking for the route, and I was back a bit 50-75ft from the rock, watching for rock-fall.
Grey was spread out in a move and peeled off. I do not remember seeing or hearing holds break, but it is possible. He came to rest in the moat at the bottom of the east face.
Greys partner was able to down climb after a bit. He descended back down to camp with another team that was helping post-accident.
I am proud of all the folks up on the hill that day. Good decision was made, with safety and compassion driving them. Greys partner did a great job, he kept his composer in very difficult situation that prevented adding more risk to the situation.
I am sorry for our fallen brother. May the sweet vibrations of the universe bring peace to those who are grieving.