The bodies of three skiers who went missing last weekend were found Monday in Mount Rainier National Park in Washington.
Matthew Bunker, 26, was found dead in a creek at the base of a cliff by rescue helicopters and search teams, CNN reported, citing the National Park Service.
The Seattle native was skiing at more than 10,400 feet when he fell. The cause of his downfall is still being determined.
“We extend our deepest condolences to Matthew’s loved ones and friends … for not being able to bring him back home to his family brings us great sadness,” said Tracy Swearout, deputy superintendent of Mount Rainier National Park.
Bunker, who served in the military for five years, was missing in the same area as six other skiers. Missing back in 2014.
The other two men, Vincent DG, who went missing on June 19, and Talal Sabbagh, who went missing on June 21, have not yet been found.
“Everyone who goes missing on Mount Rainier is deeply concerned. Our shared heartfelt condolences go out to the families and loved ones of those who have gone missing, who have sought solace and answers in some of the most difficult days of their lives, ”Swartout said.