Hiker from Dublin rescued in New Hampshire's White Mountains

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SHELBURNE, N.H. — A man from Dublin was rescued this week while hiking trails in New Hampshire's White Mountains.

New Hampshire Fish and Game officials say two other people died over the course of two days.

News releases from the agency said two people were found while attempting to climb Mount Washington on Thursday.

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The first, 63-year-old Sandra Lee of Mount Tabor, New Jersey, suffered an unknown medical condition on the Tuckerman Ravine Trail and was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Hours later, 80-year-old James Clark of Dublin, Ohio, was found immobile in the fetal position with signs of hypothermia. He was treated at a hospital for what authorities say were non-life-threatening injuries.

On Friday, 69-year-old William Whittenaur of Lancaster, New Hampshire, suffered a medical emergency and died on the Blue Trail, part of a system leading to Mt. Cabot in Shelburne.