Park rangers identify men who died at Great Smoky Mountain National Park

GATLINBURG (WATE) – The names of two men who died in the Great Smoky Mountains were released.

Previous Story: One man found dead at GSMNP’s Abrams Creek

Park rangers recovered the body of James Baker, 56, from Hanover, Pennsylvania, Saturday afternoon.

Baker was found in Abrams Creek approximately 1-1.5 miles from the Abrams Falls Trailhead on June 3.

Baker’s official cause of death will be released once the medical examiner completes their report.

Previous story: Man dies in Great Smoky Mountains National Park after fall from waterfall

Michal Bojko was found on Sunday, May 28, after he fell approximately 80-feet to his death from the top of the 100-foot tall Ramsey Cascades.

Bojko had been living in Sevier County for the past several years. He was originally from the Czech Republic.

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