British woman, 37, who fell to her death in New Zealand mountains is named
Sunday, 4 October 2020
A British woman who plunged to her death on a mountain in New Zealand has been named as 37-year-old Emma Langley. The climber fell when ascending Mount Ruapehu, an active volcano, last Saturday. Police confirmed Langley’s identity and said she "slipped and fell down a slope", adding one of her party had rushed to her aid. A helicopter was...
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