A man who died after falling on Britain's highest mountain was named by police today.
en St Joseph, a 22-year-old from Essex, sustained fatal injuries after falling around 100 metres from a ridge at the summit of Ben Nevis.
A helicopter was scrambled from Prestwick when Lochaber Mountain Rescue received a report that a climber had fallen at around 11am on Saturday.
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