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James Graham Cox, 63, of Southport, England, has been named as one of three hikers who died. Graham, along with two others, were tied together when they fell, which sources close to the search said it is “quite normal” for people to be tied together on sections of Aonach Eagach Ridge.The trio was reported missing shortly after 9 p.m. m., and a rescue was initiated and their bodies were found the next day. Graham was due to celebrate his 64th birthday the day after the tragedy, and his devastated friends paid tribute via social media.Andy Webb said: ‘Sad news: Graham Cox, whom I knew as Jim, died in a climbing accident in Glen Coe at the weekend.’A completely decent guy, adventurous, great sense of humor, family man and true love of music. Just terrible news.“I spent the last few years at the Cropredy Festival with him, I’m going there this week, so I’ll raise a glass to him. RIP Jim.
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James Graham Cox was 63 years old.
Andy Ormesher wrote: ‘Graham was one of my classmates between the ages of 11 and 18. We last met at the Northern Kin Festival in April. A deep loss.Aly Linaker added: “So tragic.”The identities of the two people Graham died with have yet to be released, and police have confirmed that there appear to be no suspicious circumstances surrounding his deaths.Police, RAF, Glencoe Mountain Rescue and HM Coastguard were involved in the rescue effort on Saturday night. Glencoe shortly after 9:05 p.m. on Saturday, August 5.“A search was carried out and the bodies of three people were found. HM Coastguard, as well as Glencoe and RAF Mountain Rescue teams assisted with the recovery operation. “There don’t appear to be any suspicious circumstances. A report will be submitted to the Public Prosecutor.’An HM Coastguard spokesperson said: ‘HM Coastguard assisted Police Scotland following reports of three walkers missing in Glen Coe on Saturday 5 August.