Two Die in Falls at Sequoia National Park
A hiker and a mountain climber fell to their deaths in separate incidents in early May.
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Two people died from falls on the same day in separate incidents at Sequoia National Park, the park reported this week. One was a 29-year-old New Jersey man whose body was discovered about 2,000 feet below his ice axes on the Mountaineers Route up Mt. Whitney. The other was a hiker who slipped on ice and slid off a cliff on the Watchtower section of the Lakes Trail.