Michelle Xue and Jennifer Shedden Wiki
Michelle Xue and Jennifer Shedden: Michelle Xue was 22 years old and a resident of Los Angeles and Jennifer Shedden was 34 years old and a resident of Mammoth Lakes, California.
That’s what happened with idiot people overestimate their skills, and underestimate the danger. Can’t say I’m broken up about it. This schist happens all the time .
.2 women killed while climbing icy California mountainhttps://t.co/EyLiL2jOMN
— ManHer (@ManHer94663002) November 1, 2019
Michelle Xue and Jennifer Shedden Killing News Keypoints
Michelle Xue and Jennifer Shedden. – Authorities say two women were killed while climbing an icy canyon on Red Slate Mountain in California.
2 women killed while climbing icy California mountain – https://t.co/U80wCK7TeH – Authorities say two women were killed while climbing an icy canyon on California’s Red Slate Mountain. #usnews #news @thedailyusnews… pic.twitter.com/H886SDVmb6
— TheDailyUSNews.com (@TheDailyUsNews) November 1, 2019
The Mono County Sheriff’s Office says a team of helicopters saw the bodies on Monday at a height of about 12,000 feet. Due to strong winds and steep land recovery efforts they were delayed until the next day.
Officials say the women, who were prepared and well-equipped, were likely struck by falling rocks on the peak in the Sierra above Convict Lakehttps://t.co/rpY84bK8BB
— KTLA (@KTLA) October 31, 2019
The sheriff’s office identified climbers as Michelle Xue, 22, of Los Angeles, and Jennifer Shedden, 34, of Mammoth Lakes, California.
— SFGate (@SFGate) October 31, 2019
Authorities say the women, who had experience and were well equipped, were probably struck by falling rocks at the top of the Sierra over Convict Lake. Michelle Xue and Jennifer Shedden
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