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September 9, 2014 at 6:03 AM

Climber dies in fall on Liberty Bell Mountain

OKANOGAN  (AP) — A climber from Everett was killed in a rappelling accident in the North Cascades, according to the Okanogan Sheriff’s Office.

Eric Anderson, 28, was climbing with his wife Saturday when one of his ropes came free while rappelling on Le Petit Cheval/Spontaneity Arête, according to Sheriff Frank Rogers.

Anderson died from injuries suffered in the fall.

His body was recovered by a Snohomish County sheriff’s helicopter.

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