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Officials say falling ice struck and killed a Massachusetts woman who was hiking with her family in New Hampshire.

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says the 57-year-old Wellesley woman was injured around noon Sunday.

WFXT-TV reports the woman was hiking with a group of 10 people on the Frankenstein Cliff Trail in Hart's Location when a falling piece of ice struck her in the head.

Multiple agencies responded to the scene and the woman was taken to a hospital where she later died.

The woman's name has not been released.

 

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Courtesy of The Notchland Inn

Visitors to the Notchland Inn got a longer stay than they'd planned when bridge and road damage gave them no way to leave. And a 100-site campground was decimated when the Saco River flooded.

Hart’s Location, a town of less than 40 people nestled in the White Mountains, was extremely hard hit by Irene.

We wanted to talk with Ed Butler, co-owner of The Notchland Inn…but we found it difficult to reach him. Here’s what greeted us when we called.