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Unedited raw news footage…TMTV Video of Kootenay Heli Rescue helicopter returning to the Nelson Airport Wednesday afternoon, after a 72 year old man had fallen to his death from a lookout point on Highway 3A.
TMTVNEWS.COM, Creston BC — Creston RCMP and BC Coroners Services are investigating an accidental death of an Idaho man who fell over a roadside embankment while geocaching along Hwy 3A north of Creston.
On Wednesday July 20th at around 2:20 pm the Creston RCMP, BCAS
Services and Nelson Search and Rescue were dispatched to a roadside pull
off area near Alkokli Creek Rd, where a 75 yr old man had fallen down a
steep embankment after the group had stopped to locate a geocache site.
Despite the efforts of the man’s family who were with him and another
group of motorists who also assisted to provide first aid and CPR, the
man died at the scene as a result of the injuries sustained in the
“Geocaching is a very popular recreational activity where people use
GPS devices to locate hidden items and sign in to a log book, and at
times replace the small trinket with another item for the next geocacher
to find and exchange. We do caution people to consider the terrain at
these sites, to ensure that it is safe to attempt to retrieve the item,
if deemed that it’s in rough terrain, simply skip it.” stated Cpl Dan
The 75 yr old man and family were all from Moye Springs, Idaho and were
vacationing in BC. Witness accounts indicated that the group had
stopped and had just begun locating the GPS bearings of the geocache
when the man had stepped over the road side barriers, lost his footing
and fell approximately 80ft.
The RCMP and BC Coroners Services have completed their investigation
into the matter. The Creston RCMP victim assistance services have
provided support to the visiting family.
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