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One Climber Killed; 15 Others Stranded on Mount Hood in Oregon
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14 Feb 2018 01:35 AM EST

A climber was killed after falling up to 1,000 feet (305 meters) on Mount Hood in Oregon and up to 15 other people remained stranded on the mountain in difficult conditions on Tuesday. The man was airlifted off the snowy 11,000-foot (3,353-meter) mountain in northern Oregon. He was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital. Of those still stranded on the mountain, at least one person had sustained a non-life-threatening injury. A 40-person rescue crew, assisted by Air National Guard crews, was working to get everyone to safety before a storm hit later on Tuesday or early on Wednesday.

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