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Thursday, 05 March 2015

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Lakes mountain death man named

Police have named a man who fell to his death in the Lake District.

The man, who died after falling in Great Langdale this weekend, has been formally identified as 47-year-old Stephen Kevin Aindow from Southport.

Mr Aindow, of Hillside Road, in Southport, was walking with friends in the area of Crinkle Crags on Saturday when, at around 12.50pm, he fell while walking on difficult ground between Shelter Crag and Gunson Knott.

His friends contacted police who co-ordinated the rescue, deploying members of Langdale and Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team and air support from RAF Valley.

Mr Aindow died at the scene. 

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death at this time and the details have been passed to the coroner.

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