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Coroner Identifies Hiker Who Fell to his Death at Red Rock

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LAS VEGAS -- A man who fell to his death at Calico Basin in Red Rock on Saturday has been identified by the Clark County Coroner's Office as 31-year-old Nathan Paul McKinney of Las Vegas.

Metro Police said a female hiker placed an emergency call that McKinney had fallen an unknown amount of feet at Calico Basin. Clark County firefighters responded and pronounced him dead upon arrival.

 

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