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Mon May 21, 2012
Body of Massachusetts Man Recovered from Tuckerman Ravine
The body of a Massachusetts man who fell into a crevasse in the Tuckerman Ravine in April was recovered early Monday, according to a news release from the White Mountain National Forest.
Norman Priebatsch, 67, tripped while hiking and slid into a deep crevasse on April 1st.
While a searcher was partially lowered into the crevasse shortly after he fell the body couldn’t be seen and experts concluded he couldn’t have survived such a fall.
Additional efforts were suspended out of fear that a rescuer could be hurt or killed, officials said.
However, Sunday officials decided a different tunnel that connected with the crevasse had melted enough for a recovery attempt.
It took about two hours to recover the body.