Pullman man, 23, falls to death near Snake River

PULLMAN — The Whitman County sheriff’s office says a 23-year-old Pullman man fell 50 feet to his death from the Granite Point cliffs along the Snake River in southeastern Washington.

The Spokesman-Review reported that the man killed early Friday was identified as Andrew Duke.

Sheriff’s deputies were told about 2 a.m. that the man fell accidentally when he walked away from a group. He was found at the bottom of a cliff.

Granite Point is a popular recreation area about 20 miles southwest of Pullman.

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