After falling from approximately a distance of 500 feet, a 26-year-old woman lost her life while climbing in Rocky Mountain National Park. This was announced by the National Park Service.
This source explained how members of the Rocky Mountain National Park Search and Rescue Team found the lifeless body of the climber, who, according to a 27-year-old man who accompanied her, explained that the woman suffered the accident after falling for using the cell phone.
In addition, the reports indicate that said accident happened Four Aces of Blitzen Ridge, whose crest is located on Ypsilon Mountain, on the east side of the park, where the lifeless body of the person was located, who still does not have the identity revealed.
On the other hand, said companion, who reported the girl's fall, came out without any type of injury, although of course, he had to wait for the help of a Colorado Air National Guard helicopter at the Air Force Base Buckley Air Force to get out of the predicament.
In addition, reports indicate that the Rocky Mountain Rescue Group assisted in the effort to assist in this incident, where a Flight for Life air ambulance was also involved for initial aerial reconnaissance.
Finally, it must be taken into account that the remains of the woman were transferred by Northern Colorado Interagency Helitak to a heliport in the Upper Beaver Meadows park area to later be sent to the Office of the Coroner and Merido County Coroner of Larimer, where the cause of death will be formally known.