Hiker who fell from waterfall in Judean Desert dies

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March 23, 2012 23:35

 
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A hiker that fell some 80 meters from a cliff near a waterfall in a Judean Desert valley on Friday has died from his wounds.

The man, who Ein Gedi rescue services said was in his 30s, plummeted from the tallest waterfall in the Salvadoura Valley, which is near the northern shores Dead Sea.

Rescue teams were attempting to recover the man's body from inside the desert valley.

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