On November 19 of 2005, I was hiking with some friends at Hawk Mountain, a fabulous recreation area in eastern Pennsylvania, famous for being a favored flight route for migrating birds of prey. Visitor center, displays, raptor counters, hiking trails and several rocky overlooks. On this day, two hours after we left the nearby North Lookout, Sarae Tara Rinker, a freshman at Kutztown University, and her boyfriend were hanging out on one of the numerous boulders that affords a great view of the valley. The rock they sat upon shifted and began to tumble. The boyfriend leaped free but Ms Rinker became pinned between the rock and a tree. Three hours later, 55 rescuers from six fire departments moved the boulder just enough to release her. She was flown to the hospital but died later that night from the effects of hypothermia and blunt force trauma.