LOGAN, Ohio (AP) - A man who fell to his death in an Ohio park has been identified as a student from Illinois who had met up with a high school girlfriend and her family.
Hocking County Coroner Dr. Dave Cummin said Tuesday that 18-year-old Purdue University honors student William Beinlich died Sunday from a head injury.
Hocking Hills State Park Manager Chris Grupenhof tells the Logan Daily News the teen from Gurnee, Ill., wandered off a trail and slipped, tumbling 60 feet into a shallow pool at a waterfall.
Beinlich was pronounced dead at the scene.
The coroner says the park was a mid-point for Beinlich and for the young woman and her family, who had moved from Illinois to Virginia.
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