Sunday , June 16 2019

Man survives 800-foot fall off cliff at Crater Lake National Park, walks after rescue

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.
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