The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a man Monday afternoon after he fell 800 feet into the dormant volcano at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, according to news reports.
Man been rescued after falling 800 feet down the sheer walls of Crater Lake National Park, the caldera of a dormant volcano in southern Oregon
Space object about a mile wide believed to have crashed into Earth around 1.2bn years ago.
The agency will use available resources to ensure the lake regains its beauty and glory.
After getting pushback from historic preservationists, the National Park Service has softened its stance on the future of a historic home it owns in Calais on the shore of the St. Croix River. In an environmental assessment it issued last year on the McGlashan-Nickerson House, located next to the St. Croix Island International Historic Site, the park service indicated it was considering two options for the dilapidated building: having someone haul it away or demolishing it. But in a revised assessment it issued in May, the park service now indicates it will consider a third option — leasing…