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Hiker who died in White Mountains was from Mass.
A rescue team carried Byrne, 60, who was unresponsive, to the Ripley Falls Trail head after friends and volunteers were unable to resuscitate him.
Cause of death has not been determined at this time.
Byrne was one of two hikers who died in the White Mountains this weekend.
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