- A man was on a bus with other young grown-ups when it stopped close to Cavendish, police say.
- The ridges are approximately 15 meters high in the region of Orby Head, where the man was pronounced dead, police say.
A 20-year-old Charlottetown man has passed away after falling down a ridge Saturday night in P.E.I. National Park.
RCMP said the research is still in the before stages, and officers are still trying to piece what happened precisely.
Police stated the man was on a bus with other young adults. The bus stopped at the Orby Head lookout, and the man fell down a cliff approximately 15 meters high.
Police got the call at about 11:30 p.m.
RCMP, E.M.S., and the New Glasgow and North Rustico fire units responded. The man was pronounced dead at the location.
Police collect statements from eyewitnesses to determine how many people were on the bus, why it stopped or if liquor was a factor.
Source – cbc.ca