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 Peak(s):  Pikes Peak  -  14,110 feet
 Post Date:  10/17/2008
 Date Climbed:   09/30/2008
 Posted By:  CO Native

 Tragic day in the Y-Couloir   

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  • Comments or Questions (5)
LIV


Interesting and poignant story . . .     2008-10-17 16:31:27
who died and when was it?


CO Native


Here are a couple news articles...     2008-10-17 16:37:30


COmthigh


Well done.     2008-10-18 16:28:38
CO Native and other members/volunteers of SAR you have my highest respect. God bless.


COmedic04


Bravo     2008-10-19 00:35:55
Although it was sadly a recovery, I applaud the efforts by SAR and by the army unit. CO Native, fantastic pics, especially the Chinook shots!


CO Native


I can‘t take credit...     2008-10-20 08:01:37
I can‘t take credit for all the chinook shots, I passed my camera off to a fellow rescuer while I was managing the rope. I was really impressed with the one he got looking into the cockpit. You can see the pilot looking right at him.



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