Fatal Highpointing Accident Mentioned in Article on Extreme Sports Risks

The accident last week in which a 13-year-old was killed in a motocross event in Indianapolis prompted the Arlington Heights, Illinois, Daily Herald to discuss the risks in extreme sports on their impact on adults and children. The article says this, “Jim Nasti of Naperville was 51 when he died last year trying to climb Mount McKinley in Alaska in his effort to reach the high point in all 50 states. A triumph and a tragedy, but each the result of choices by adults with the capacity for mature thinking.”

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