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Texas woman falls to her death at Maui park

By Associated Press

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HANA, Hawaii (AP) -- Authorities in Maui say a Texas woman died after falling 15 to 20 foot down a ledge onto rocks at Haleakala National Park.

Police and fire officials say 55-year-old Cheryl Black of McKinney, Texas sustained severe head trauma and was pronounced dead at the scene Thursday.

The Maui News reports (http://bit.ly/1y2L8lp) Black was trying to get to another pool at Oheo Gulch in the park's Kipahulu District when she fell.







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localguy wrote:
uhhhh, can you say dead link? All it does is send you to PAGE NOT FOUND! Way to go SA Cub Reporters. Failing to check your references again.
on June 15,2014 | 07:17AM
IAmSane wrote:
If you click on the link directly from mauinews.com, it still takes you to a dead link. The problem is with Maui News, not SA. Not that any of this is really important.
on June 15,2014 | 09:45AM
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