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justinp

Accident on Hood 12-11-09

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it was a nice monring y-day right, but i imagine visibility went bad somewhere afternoon - were they familir w/ the s side descent?

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I was up on Devil's Kitchen yesterday morning. Was on top around 10am. We left Timberline parking lot around 230 or so and it was still very nice. There was a light wind the entire climb, but nothing major. The snow conditions were fantastic. Some clouds had blown in by 330 or so.

I saw a group of people at I-saddle maybe around 430 or so.

 

 

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Don't want to talk about the charge for the rescue Cluck, just crossing my fingers for them and hoping for the best outcome.

 

Take care

 

Bill

 

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Buddy just called to make sure I was not on hood. He's herein some sketchy info on perhaps a team of three having some issues.

 

Anyone here about this

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Well I am deeply sorry to hear what happened to these folks. If I had known that something was going on so close to me I would have rushed over to help.

 

Again, I'm sorry for everybody's loss. RIP

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Sorry to hear the bad news. Let's hope for the best of the rest of the team up there. My thoughts are with the families, and I know how hard this is as I too have lost family to the Mountains.

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