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Four injured in 300 foot plunge from cliff in Fayette County

Posted: Monday, May 9, 2011 2:00 am | Updated: 2:10 pm, Mon May 9, 2011.

By Josh Krysak

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Four Fayette County residents remain hospitalized in Pittsburgh after the vehicle they were traveling in plunged 300 feet near the Casparis caves in Connellsville Township early Sunday.

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  • thatguy posted at 8:29 pm on Mon, May 16, 2011.

    thatguy Posts: 2

    Thank you for trespassing, drinking and driving and not taking personal responsibility for your stupidity. Had you obeyed the law and not went past the NO trepassing signs and trail barricade this would not have happened. Of course your drunken state wouldnt let you use common sense.
    Your actions will effect the rest of us negatively. Idiots.

     
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