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Park rangers continue search efforts at glacier on Mount Rainier in Washington state after a series of winter storms.
2 more bodies of missing climbers have been recovered from Mount Rainier.
The Associated Press reported park rangers continue search efforts at the glacier on Mount Rainier in Washington state for those gone missing after a series of winter storms in January.
The Seattle Times reported two groups of climbers vanished at the beginning of the year during heavy storms on the 14,410-foot volcano.
The body of one climber, Mark Vucich, was found about a month ago, according to the Times.
Rangers are looking for a fourth missing person. They are hoping for clues to determine what went wrong.
The Seattle Times reported the bodies recovered Saturday were of a man and a woman. Medical examiners are determining their identities.
According to the AP, the missing were included Michelle Trojanowski, 30, of Atlanta; Sork “Eric” Yang, 52, of Springfield, Ore.; and Seol Hee Jin, 52, of South Korea.
The group were last seen heading up the mountain as the storms approached.