He fell 200 feet. Its either severe trauma or drowning. Probably a combination. I'm not even a medical examiner.hikeaz wrote:the cause of death is under investigation.
chumley wrote:He fell 200 feet. Its either severe trauma or drowning. Probably a combination. I'm not even a medical examiner.hikeaz wrote:the cause of death is under investigation.
Very sad to hear.
I don't know how they avoid the insurance company/lawsuit culture we live in. I'm half-surprised that the public is even allowed near those falls given the risks associated and our litigious society.
hikeaz wrote:If you need a sign to tell you to be careful immediately above a 200' waterfall.........
I don't know if you ever gone to the Havasu Falls backpacking, this was my 5th time going there in 7years.
If you get there for the first time in your life, when you approach that last "whirlpool" area before the Mooney Falls, you would NEVER know that 15feet beyond that area is the Mooney Falls! Right around the corner!
These two young men died, and I think it could of been avoided all together if there was a sign on that spot.
If i went there for the first time and saw this inviting whirlpool area, I could of jumped in. And if I did, I couldn't be writing this to you. I'd be in a casket.
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