David Yaghmourian, 30, was discovered around 8:35 a.m. about 1.8 miles from Timberline Lodge at 8,270 feet elevation — nearly 3,000 feet higher than the area search and rescue crews were looking for him, according to Sgt. Dan Kraus, a Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office spokesman. His cause of death is pending the results of an autopsy, and the circumstances of how died are under investigation, Kraus said.
The search continues for missing people following flash flooding in parts of Spain, Italy and France.
Twelve died – including a British couple – when torrential rain lashed eastern Majorca in Spain. A five-year-old local boy is still missing.
A German couple is feared to be among the 12. Not all have been identified.
A flash flood on France’s south coast killed two people in Sainte-Maxime while a woman was found dead after a storm in Sardinia, Italy.
NBC affiliate WBBH quoted a woman at the scene who said she was celebrating her birthday inside the restaurant Society at Bell Tower Shops when someone shot her husband in the chest as she was paying her bill. She told the station that the shooter then shot and killed her son as he tried to run away.
Twenty people died on Saturday after a limousine crashed in upstate New York, in what safety officials are calling the nation’s worst road accident in nearly a decade.
The crash occurred when a 2001 Ford Excursion limousine, carrying people through the historic town of Schoharie, about 45 minutes west of Albany, failed to stop at an intersection with State Route 30, said Christopher Fiore, first deputy superintendent of the New York State Police.
The limousine crashed into a 2015 Toyota Highlander parked near the Apple Barrel Country Store. All 18 people in the limo, including the driver, died. Two pedestrians who were struck also lost their lives.
“This is the most deadly transportation accident in this country since February of 2009,” National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt told reporters.
A military spokesman, in a conference call with foreign journalists several hours after the incident, said the man and one of the women had died of their wounds.
The other woman shot in the incident was taken to hospital, where doctors said her injuries were not life-threatening.
Frederick Hopkins Jr., 74, was charged with murder in the killing of Sgt. Terrence Carraway, and six additional counts of attempted murder. The Associated Press reported that he is a Vietnam veteran who bragged online about his target-shooting skills.
Three of those injured were deputies from the Florence County Sheriff’s Office; the other three were from the Florence Police Department, where Carraway served for 30 years.
Hopkins Jr. remains in custody and hospitalized after being injured in the shootout. He is expected to be transferred to a detention center on Friday.
It happened around 2:39 p.m. in the parking lot of the store located in Freedom Square Shopping Center in the Germantown section of the city.
“It was just gunshots and people were just running,” said Timina Hughes, who was home across the street when the shooting occurred. “I looked out the window because I’m up on the third floor and I see the young man across the street on the ground.”
The body of a woman who went missing while hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been found, park officials said Tuesday.
More than 100 people, in addition to around 30 state and local agencies, searched for Clements. Helicopters, canine teams and specialized drones were utilized to find the Cleves, Ohio woman, the NPS said on Saturday. She reportedly went missing on “unforgiving terrain.”
Further information on Clements’ death was not immediately available.