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A Closer Look (Mountain Climbing) #847398

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 19, 2006
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The risky business of search & rescue on mountains like Mt. Hood in Oregon introduced.

(Mt. Hood, Oregon: Neal Karlinsky) The difficult question of when the search for the missing climbers on Mt. Hood should be called off examined; scenes shown from the mountain; photos shown of the three men; details given of the issue of whether climbing should be restricted. [Hood River County Sheriff Joe WAMPLER†- wonders if we are spinning our wheels.] ["Outlook" magazine Nick HEIL†- says people should be educated about the conditions.] [Portland Mountain Rescue Rocky HENDERSON†- defends climbers' rights.]

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Karlinsky, Neal
Duration:
00:02:30

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