Steven Trvalik Death: Man died in Yosemite, MA climbing accident at National Park

Worcester MA resident and Arlington High School graduate died in tragic accident - Learn more about Steven Trvalik death and obituary

Steven Trvalik Death – The man who passed away in deadly accident while climbing the National Park in California has been identified as Steven Trvalik. The Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and Arlington High School graduate died following the tragic accident that happened on July 29, 2023. The tourist was pronounced dead after falling multiple feet to the ground.

Steven Trvalik was a resident of Worcester, Massachusetts, but resided in Arlington, Massachusetts. He loved touring and mountain climbing.

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According to officials of Rocky Mountain National area, a lady died Sunday following a fall of about 500 feet while free-solo climbing in the area. The victim was 26 years old. The woman’s climbing partner, a guy aged 27, called park rangers after she fell, and members of the Rocky Mountain National Park Search and Rescue Team spotted him Sunday night, according to a news release issued by Rocky Mountain National Park officials on Monday.

Climbing on the Four Aces of Blitzen Ridge, which is situated on Ypsilon Mountain on the eastern side of the park, were two climbers who were originally from the city of Boulder, Colorado. According to officials from the park, the individual did not sustain any injuries.

According to the official statement that was issued by the park, “because of his location, the park requested assistance from a Colorado Air National Guard helicopter from Buckley Air Force Base to extricate the male climbing partner via a hoist operation, using a winch operated cable.”

The corpse of the victim was taken by Northern Colorado Interagency Helitak to a helicopter landing point in the Upper Beaver Meadows region of the park. From there, responders transferred the victim’s body to the Larimer County Coroner/Medical Examiner’s Office so that an autopsy could be performed to identify the cause of death.

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