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Ice Climber Rescued From Mountain After Fall

Peter Lindahl, of Medford, Massachusetts fell Sunday afternoon around 1 p.m. near Crawford Notch State Park

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    Ice Climber Rescued From Mountain After Fall
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    Officials say a Massachusetts ice climber was rescued from a New Hampshire Mountain after he fell about 20 feet.

    The Concord Monitor reports Peter Lindahl, of Medford, Massachusetts fell Sunday afternoon around 1 p.m. near Crawford Notch State Park in Hart's Location. He was climbing on Mount Willard when it happened.

    New Hampshire Fish and Game officials say several climbers assisted him until rescuers came and lowered him 600 feet down the gully in a rescue litter.

    Lindahl was taken to Memorial Hospital in North Conway. It's not clear what his current condition is.

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