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Police ID Climber Who Died In Fall On Mt. Hood

(Timberline Lodge, OR)  --  A climber who was killed on Mt. Hood on Sunday is being identified as a man from Spokane, Washington.  Police say 64-year-old Patrick Stretch was climbing with his adult son when he fell 500 feet.  Stretch and his son were descending the mountain when the accident happened.  Stretch was dead when search and rescue teams reached his location.  Officials are reminding people that this is a dangerous time of year to climb the mountain as the warm weather causes falling ice and rocks. 

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