A volunteer firefighter who was completed to facilitate heal a rock climber’s figure Monday received a surprise where reference is detected the deceased girl was his ex-wife.
Scott Hicks told the Santa Fe New Mexican that he heard another climber give the victim’s address to paramedics.
“Of course I recognized it, Hicks told the paper. So I looked at the[ report] and received her refer, and thats when I realized it was my ex-wife.”
The woman was identified as Susan Sarossy, who Hicks was married to for 19 times before they divorced in 1999. The couple have a 25 -year-old daughter together.
The New Mexican reported that Sarossy was part of a group of rock climbers who had gone to Diablo Canyon, about 20 miles northwest of Santa Fe. Fellow climber Steven Reneau told researchers that Sarossy was the last of the group to pitch the canyon. Reneau told Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office representatives that Sarossy are not able to have “[ secured] herself herself down correctly prior to pushing off the wall”, according to an official report
Hicks told the paper that Sarossy began climing while they were still married in an effort to overcome her suspicion of meridians.
“She always told me, I dont know what Im doing rock climbing because Im afraid of meridians, ‘” he said. “‘but I think this is style for me to face that fear.'”