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Travel Alabama man falls 50 feet to his death while trying to take photo

00:45  28 november  2020
00:45  28 november  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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An Alabama man died after sustaining severe head trauma in a 50 - foot fall while trying to take a picture of the scenic views in Great Smoky Mountain The National Parks Service released this picture from the scene as they tried to rescue Stedham following his fall down the steep slope yet he died

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An Alabama man died after sustaining severe head trauma in a 50-foot fall while trying to take a picture of the scenic views in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

Wesley Brandon Stedham, 48, of Warrior, fell to his death from the Chimney Tops Overlook at around 1.40pm Tuesday, the National Parks Service confirmed.

He slipped after 'stepping down a steep slope below the overlook for a photograph', said the statement, but added that he had broken no park rules before he fell.

Park rangers and a rescue team rappelled down by rope to rescue Stedham but he died from his injuries.

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Alice Babs et al. posing for the camera: Wesley Brandon Stedham, 48, died Tuesday after falling from the steep slope at Chimney Tops Overlook in Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Pictured here with two unidentified women © Provided by Daily Mail Wesley Brandon Stedham, 48, died Tuesday after falling from the steep slope at Chimney Tops Overlook in Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Pictured here with two unidentified women a tree in the middle of a field: The National Parks Service released this picture from the scene as they tried to rescue Stedham following his fall down the steep slope © Provided by Daily Mail The National Parks Service released this picture from the scene as they tried to rescue Stedham following his fall down the steep slope

There is no fence, wall or guardrail at the top of the slope where he fell.

Stedham has been described by friends as a massive high school football fan who knew how to 'love family and enjoy life'.

He called football games for the local team at Hayden High where the school's coach said that he will be sorely missed.


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The backpacker, who was stuck in Thailand due to the coronavirus pandemic, allegedly ignored warning signs not to stand at the top of waterfalls as he tried to take a photo in the national park. He slipped on the wet rocks and plunged some 50 feet to his death . Paramedics arrived at the scene about two

The woman fell off a 4,000- feet (1,200-meter) high cliff trying to take a selfie in Sri Lanka. The tragedy is the latest in a string of deadly selfie attempts In 2015, a Dutch man on honeymoon with his wife fell off the World's End while taking a selfie and miraculously survived when a tree broke his fall 50

'The loss of that voice on a Friday night is going to be a big time difference,' Keith Register told WBMA.

a man and a woman sitting at a table looking at a phone: Stedham is pictured as he called the games for his local high school football team © Provided by Daily Mail Stedham is pictured as he called the games for his local high school football team a man standing in front of a group of people posing for the camera: Stedham, pictured right, was described as a man who knew how to 'love family and enjoy life' © Provided by Daily Mail Stedham, pictured right, was described as a man who knew how to 'love family and enjoy life'

'He means a lot to this football program and the things he did for the football program.'

'I still don't want to accept it,' said Robert Bradford, who called the school's games alongside Stedham.

'I still want to not believe it. Still want to think my phone is going to ring. You just don't think something like that is going to happen to somebody so full of life like Brandon was.

'Brandon was larger than life in more than one way, and he loved that way, and he cared,' Bradford added.

a tree with a mountain in the background: Stedham had been trying to take a picture in Great Smoky Mountain National Park when he fell © Provided by Daily Mail Stedham had been trying to take a picture in Great Smoky Mountain National Park when he fell

'We all should learn from Brandon to love family and enjoy life because he definitely enjoyed life.'

Great Smoky Mountain is the most visited national park in the nation, according to the Park Service, welcoming 12.5million visitors last year.

The Chimney Tops where Stedham was climbing before he fell are among its most popular attractions.

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