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(KSL News) A man is in stable condition tonight after falling nearly 100 feet while rock climbing in southern Utah.
Authorities say the man had been climbing without a harness this afternoon with three other friends. They were in an area near Old Highway 91.
After the man fell from a cliff, another climber hiked about three miles out to the highway and called 911.
Searchers found the man and flew him to a hospital in Las Vegas.