(b) OTHER ACCIDENTS
Arizona: Catalina Mountains. On 30 October 1949 Wally Lundbohm (20), of Tuscon, was rescued from a tiny ledge 1000 feet above the head of Pima Canyon. He had been stranded on the six-foot-wide, 20-foot-long ledge overnight and had to be hauled 800 feet up the precipice after a volunteer mountain climber succeeded in getting a rope to him. Sheriff’s deputies, aided by floodlights and a public address system, from near-by Davis-Monthan Air Base, worked all night to reach Lundbohm.
Source of information: newspaper accounts.
Analysis: From the meager data available it appears that this is another case of an inexperienced climber, climbing alone, and beyond his abilities.