All stranded climbers safely down Mount Hood

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- The Latest on rescue at Oregon's Mount Hood (all times local):
8:10 p.m.
Authorities say all climbers who had been stranded on Oregon's tallest mountain are safe.
More than a half-dozen had been climbing near Mount Hood's peak on Tuesday when they encountered tumbling rocks and falling ice. One climber fell to his death.
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says rescuers assisted three climbers to safety.
The sheriff's office says rescuers used a sled and a rope system to bring down a woman who said she was unable to move.
Steve Rollins of Portland Mountain Rescue said the woman arrived at the Timberline Lodge just before 8 p.m.
The other climbers made it down on their own.
The lodge sits at about 6,000 feet (1829 meters).
7 p.m.
An eyewitness who saw a climber's fatal fall on Mount Hood says right before the man disappeared from view "he started cartwheeling."
Quinn Talley of Welches, Oregon, told The Associated Press that he has climbed the mountain about 20 times and had never seen worse conditions.
Talley says after summiting around 8 a.m. he was descending ahead of the man who died.
"A party of three was coming down. and one of the guys slipped. At first he was just sliding and right before he disappeared, he started cartwheeling," Talley said.
Talley says he tried to reach the man, but the ice was too dangerous and he didn't want to fall and create the need for second rescue. He came across one of the man's climbing partners, who was also trying to reach him, and offered him his medical kit before continuing his descent.