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A woman who was only married for two weeks died in a base-jumping accident in Utah's Zion National Park over the weekend. ...
The woman plunged 2,000 feet to her death after she jumped off a mountain and her parachute did not open. (Feb. 10)
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SOURCE - KSL - SOURCE - KSL - COURTESY KSL.COM, EMBARGO SALT LAKE CITYZion National Park, Utah - 9 February, 20141. Wide, red rock mountains2. Wide, helicopter taking off3. Wide, mountains4. Wide/pan mountains5. Wide, mountains6. SOUNDBITE (English) Aly Baltrus, Zion National Park Spokeswoman (Transcript Below)7. Wide, mountains8. Wide, more mountains9. Wide, helicopter flyingVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1AUTHORITIES IN UTAH SAY A NEWLYWED PLUNGED TWO-THOUSAND FEET TO HER DEATH IN A BASE JUMPING ACCIDENT OVER THE WEEKEND.PARK OFFICIALS SAY 28-YEAR-OLD AMBER BELLOWS JUMPED OFF A MOUNTAIN IN ZION NATIONAL PARK IN SOUTHERN UTAH SATURDAY AFTERNOON, BUT HER PARACHUTE DID NOT OPEN.BELLOWS' HUSBAND JUMPED AFTER HER, BUT HE WAS NOT ABLE TO REACH HER BODY.IT TOOK HIM TWO HOURS TO HIKE DOWN THE MOUNTAIN AND NOTIFY PARK OFFICIALS.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Aly Baltrus, Zion National Park Spokeswoman:"First fatality of base jumping at all at Zion National Park, and our first fatality for the 2014 year." TRACK-2ZION NATIONAL PARK DOES NOT ALLOW BASE JUMPING.SEARCH CREWS FOUND BELLOWS' BODY ON SUNDAY MORNING.PARK OFFICIALS SAY SHE HAD BEEN AN EXPERIENCED BASE JUMPER.CARLOTTA BRADLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.