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"(Oct. 18) -- A Colorado climber who fell 1,000 feet off a glacier to his death has been identified, officials say.
James Charles Patrick was climbing Rocky Mountain National Park's Taylor Glacier with two others Saturday morning when he slipped and plummeted off the steep and icy cliff, taking the group's rope with him as he fell and leaving them stranded.
The 54-year-old Littleton resident was a master plumber and the president of Cedar Gulch Plumbing, The Denver Post reported. The phone number for Cedar Gulch Plumbing had been disconnected by this afternoon and Patrick's relatives could not be located for comment.
The surviving climbers anchored themselves to the glacier and used a cell phone to call for help, according to The Associated Press. Park rangers arrived five hours later to rescue the two climbers, who have not yet been identified, and helped them hike off the glacier Saturday evening. Park rangers also stayed with Patrick's body overnight until it could be flown off the peak.
Patrick's death is the fifth fatality in Rocky Mountain National Park this year and the 11th climbing death in the state of Colorado, the Post reported. Park officials did not immediately return a request for comment today."
I'm not sure about that "11th climbing death in the state of Colorado" statistic, it seems there must be many more given the years of ANAM I have read concerning fatalities in one of the most popular climbing states.