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Body found at Glacier National Park is second death this month

Glacier National Park. Courtesy of flickr.com.
Glacier National Park. Courtesy of flickr.com.

For the second time this month a visitor to Glacier National Park has apparently died in a fall, according to National Parks Traveler.

“Park officials say the body of 25-year old Cody Lee Johnson of Kalispell, Montana, was found Friday morning below The Loop area of the Going-to-the-Sun Road. The man had been reported missing last Monday when he didn’t show up at work,” the article stated.

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Due to the steep and rocky terrain, a helicopter and specialized short-haul rescue team from Parks Canada assisted with the recovery of the body.

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