Sep 28, 2017
One killed after rockslide in Yosemite National Park
One person has died and another has been injured by a rockslide in Yosemite National Park in California. A park spokesman said the rocks fell from El Capitan, a rock formation above Yosemite Valley, on to a popular hiking trail shortly before 14:00 local time. The park remains open and visitor services are not affected. El Capitan is the world's largest granite monolith and one of the best-known landmarks in Yosemite. In a statement, the park said the rockslide occurred in an area popular with climbers.
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