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JasonG

Fisher Peak Fatality?

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Heard thru the upriver grapevine about a party inflicted rockfall fatality yesterday on Fisher. Anyone have more details?

 

Sounds terrible, condolences to all parties involved.

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Climber Dies near Fisher Peak

 

Sedro Woolley, WA – A 46-year old male from Bellingham, WA was killed by rock fall on Sunday, August 9, 2015 in the Fisher Peak area near Easy Pass in North Cascades National Park Service Complex. Other members of his group responded immediately to provide first aid and initiated CPR shortly thereafter.

 

One of the group members quickly descended the route to summon help and contacted an off-duty park ranger who radioed for assistance. Helicopter Express, contracted by the National Park Service, was dispatched with park rescue personnel, who recovered the body.

 

Officials from National Park Service, Skagit County Sheriff’s Office and the Skagit County Coroner’s Office will continue to work together on the incident investigation.

 

Rock falls are a natural and dynamic geologic process. Hikers are encouraged to wear helmets and hike parallel to one another rather than in a line.

 

www.nps.gov

 

 

My condolences to the survivors.

 

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