The corpse of one of the three skiers reported missing last weekend was found in Washington’s Rainier Mountain National Park on Monday.
Referring to the National Park Service, 28-year-old Matthew Bunker was found dead in a crevasse at the bottom of a cliff by rescue helicopters and search parties.
When the Seattle native fell, he was skiing at a height of more than 10,400 feet. The reason for its fall is still being determined.
“We extend our deepest condolences to the loved ones and friends of Matthew… Rainier Mountain National Park Deputy Director Tracy Swartout brings us great sorrow.
Bunker, who served five years in the military, disappeared in the same area as the other six skiers. Disappeared in 2014.
The other two men, Vincent Djie, who disappeared on 19 June and Talal Sabbagh, who disappeared on 21 June, have not been found yet.
“Every person lost on Mount Rainier is deeply concerned. Our collective hearts accompany the families and their loved ones, who are lost, seeking comfort and answers in the most difficult days of their lives. ”