Yosemite’s El Capitan sees new massive rock fall 1 day after deadly slide

At least one person was airlifted from Yosemite National Park Thursday after a massive rock-and-roll descent Thursday — just one day after a slab sunken from El Capitan, killing a British climber and disabling a second.

Thursday’s rock fall was much larger than Wednesday’s on the iconic rock-and-roll constitution, Ken Yager of the Yosemite Climbing Association said. He described a large gloom of dust crowding the sky as alarms wailed.

Images from the park presented a huge plume of inhale in the wake of the boulder precipitate. Yager said commerce on a artery near the basi of El Capitan was stopped.

Fox News has learned that one person was disabled and flown out of the ballpark via breeze ambulance to a hospital.

Thursday’s slide uncovered around 3:30 p.m. regional occasion, is in accordance with KNTV.