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Yosemite deaths put focus on risk vs. reward

LOS ANGELES - It was a dramatic engagement photo that quickly went viral.

With the sun setting over Yosemite National Park, a man got to his knees and proposed to his girlfriend at Taft Point, a rock outcropping perched precariously over the valley.

But then another man and woman hiked to the top but then plunged to their deaths. Their bodies were found Thursday about 800 feet below the popular

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