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[UPDATE] Climber Dies After Fall On Oregon’s Mount Hood, Others Still Stranded

One climber is dead after falling 700 to 1,000 feet on Mount Hood near Portland, Oregon, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, CBS News reports. Rescuers continued to scale Oregon’s tallest peak Tuesday to help those still trapped. Live news footage earlier in the day showed some climbers performing CPR and a helicopter airlifting a male climber to safety, but that victim was pronounced dead on arrival at Legacy Emanuel Trauma Center in Portland. Authorities said that they will identify the deceased after positive identification and family notification. A helicopter from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island was being sent to help in the efforts. There were seven or eight people…