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Image 2 of 4 Rescuers used a helicopter to located the victims body off of Bear Creek Spire. Rescuers used a helicopter to located the victims body off of Bear Creek Spire. Photo: Photo Courtesy Of Inyo County Search And Rescue / Photo Courtesy Of Inyo County Search And Rescue Image 3 of 4 FILE – A climber stands on the summit of Bear Creek Spire. Bear Creek Spire, (13,720 feet), is at the head of Little Lakes Valley northwest of Bishop. Bear Creek Spire lies in the John Muir Wilderness within the Inyo National Forest. Photo: Sean Bagshaw/Getty Images/Science Source Image 4 of 4 FILE -Bear Creek Spire and Pond in the John Muir Wilderness within the Inyo National Forest. FILE -Bear Creek Spire and Pond in the John Muir Wilderness within the Inyo National Forest. Photo: Bill Wight CA/Getty Images Stanford medical student falls to death in Sierra climbing accident 1/4 Back to Gallery A Stanford medical student died after she slipped and fell hundreds of feet while trying to traverse Bear Creek Spire in Inyo National Forest southeast of Yosemite, authorities said Wednesday. Described as an avid mountaineer and climber, 26-year-old Maria Birukova was a native of Moscow and a fourth-year graduate student at the Stanford University School of Medicine , said Krista Conger , a spokeswoman for the school.

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