Colorado, near Mt. Neva—On June 20, 1956 Robert H. Cook (14), one of a group of about 20 boys from a YMCA Summer Camp, fell down the snow-faced cliffs on the side of Mt. Neva. He apparently slipped and rolled and tumbled 60 feet suffering a broken collar bone, scalp lacerations, and a possible head injury.
Source: Newspaper clippings; Bob Michener.