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Moonarie 2019-08-11 14-Aug-2019 At 8:20:21 AM gfdonc
I am also saddened by this tragedy, and yes it reminded me of the previous accident.
I don't know the two involved this time but my thoughts go out to those affected.

I have it on good authority that the two climbers were found roped together below the base of Dry Land (22), with about 5 metres of rope between them.
I don't know the area but I'm told you scramble in to the start, off a pinnacle, which is 20m above the deck, before starting the climb.
As there were no witnesses, no definite conclusions can be made.

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