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The Jerk

Oops. Hood rescue underway.

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Hoping for a safe rescue for all and a speedy recovery.




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"This is word from a friend of ours that was up there when this accident took place - Having been trained in Wilderness First Response - he was able to stay with the injured person. here is the very latest from him just about an hour ago:

We're stabilized now, hunkered next to an ice cliff, to avoid getting hit by falling ice. Mountain rescue should be here within a half hour. The patient is doing ok. Joshua Cogar "

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Thanks for the post. Glad to hear that he's going to be ok. Nice work Joshua! It's always good to see an alpinist who can take care of him or herself or better yet, help their climbing partner and know what they are doing. Sometimes we are so focused on getting to the top that we don't know what to do when it hits the fan.

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