Kaaterskill Falls DeathCaaterskill If Death
The Newburgh Walker falls to his death at Kaaterskill Falls in Greene County.
A 30-year-old Newburgher died at Kaaterskill Falls on Saturday afternoons. Miele Anthony wandered with a mate near the top of the 260-foot, two-drop falls when he slid on top of snow and dropped about 120 ft, said Private Christian Quinn.
He said that Miele had gone astray and tried to run over a malicious area full of snow and mossy ground at the moment of the crash. Death to Miele at the crime site. He said he was not sure whether Miele had fenced off the state Ministry of the Environment, which was set up at the top of the waterfalls in 2014 and 2015.
Most of the times there is an incident, Quinn said, to try to make a snapshot either down the falls or up to the hill and shelter. Quinn said he wasn't sure if Miele wanted to take a photo. Death on Saturday was the second recorded at the waterfalls this year.
At the end of July, 17-year-old Ezra Kennedy from Westfield, N.J., died walking with her family and family. In the waterfalls of Dutchess County, two Dutches died in the 2014 summers, resulting in the construction of safety barriers at the top of the peak.
Kaaterskill Falls was limited to the general population in the 2015 summers, while the DEC provided $450,000 to improve security and routes. State police senior investigator Peter Kusminsky said in July that the security reforms were made to top cases, but not to the area where Kennedy case-fall.
Changes to the top waterfalls include a new path with a 200-step rock stairway.