At least three people were injured when ice caves on a remote Washington state mountaintop partly collapsed for the second straight day.
Nicholas Baer, 12, is recovering after he was hit by the propeller of a plane as he finished playing on the beach with friends.
(Reuters) - One person died and three were injured on Monday in the partial collapse of an ice cave in Washington state that U.S. Forest Service officials had warned was too dangerous for exploration due to unseasonably warm weather.
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