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Citation dropped against husband of BASE jumper in fatal fall
Prohibited leap » The sport is banned in Zion National Park, where woman died in 2,000-foot plunge.

First Published Feb 12 2014 09:46 am • Last Updated Feb 13 2014 09:00 am

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