WHITE ROCK CANYON -- A man stuck 200 feet up a rock wall was rescued by Mohave County Sheriff's search-and-rescue workers Saturday night.  According to a sheriff's department news release, the 23-year-old man had become stuck while climbing a 300-foot rock face in White Rock Canyon, about 4 miles south of Hoover Dam. A team of 10 technical rope team volunteers were deployed to the area, where they helped the man to safety. The man's name was not provided by the sheriff's department.

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