A climbing information died after tumbling greater than 1,000 ft down a California mountain amid dangerously icy situations from a late winter storm, authorities mentioned Tuesday.Jillian Elizabeth Webster, 32, was considered one of 5 individuals who fell whereas climbing Mt. Shasta on Monday morning, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Workplace mentioned in a information launch.Webster, of Redmond, Oregon, was tethered to 2 different folks after they misplaced their footing and slid between 1,500 and a pair of,500 ft in an space often known as “Avalanche Gulch,” the discharge mentioned. The autumn was reported at 8:35 a.m.Mount Shasta, exterior of Weed, Calif., on Feb. 23, 2021.Katie Falkenberg for NBC Information fileA nurse who was climbing close by administered CPR to Webster, who was unresponsive, the sheriff’s workplace mentioned. She was later pronounced useless at a neighborhood hospital.One of many climbers tethered to Webster suffered head trauma and a fractured decrease leg, the sheriff’s workplace mentioned. The opposite climber additionally had a fractured decrease leg.In two separate incidents at 12:31 and 4 p.m., two different climbers additionally tumbled roughly 1,000 ft down the mountain. Each had been airlifted to a neighborhood hospital, the place their situations weren’t instantly accessible.The sheriff’s workplace mentioned Monday that two of the injured climbers within the three incidents had been in essential situation. A sixth one that fell Tuesday suffered a leg damage with doable damaged bones and was additionally airlifted to a neighborhood hospital, a spokeswoman for the sheriff’s workplace mentioned. The individual’s situation wasn’t instantly clear.Webster’s expertise degree wasn’t instantly clear. It additionally wasn’t clear what climbing outfit she was affiliated with.Tim Keating, who’s summited Mt. Shasta 450 instances and based a mountain information firm in 1981, mentioned that Webster’s group was doubtless following the usual route on a peak fashionable with climbers — a two to 3 day journey that begins at slightly below 7,000 ft and finally reaches the summit, at 14,179 ft. Keating’s firm wasn’t concerned with the journey and he didn’t know Webster. He mentioned that current snow had doubtless refrozen, making a layer of ice that may make for an arduous, treacherous climb.”It will possibly change the character of the mountain,” he mentioned. “One thing that may be a newbie slope 80 to 90 p.c may be very harmful the opposite 20 p.c of the time.”He added: “Most of the people, they go up there they usually haven’t any concept what they’re entering into.”Keating mentioned that his firm guided a bunch up the mountain over the weekend with out incident, although they did not attain the summit due to 90-100 mph winds.Siskiyou County Sheriff Jeremiah LaRue mentioned Tuesday that whereas it was “prime time” for climbing, “folks want to remain off till we will higher consider the climate and the situations up there.”Tim Stelloh is a breaking information reporter for NBC Information Digital.