Amber Marie Bellows- Base Jumper Falls to her Death in front of husband Clayton Butler after parachute failed to open

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Clayton Butler watched in horror as his wife of two week base jumper Amber Marie Bellows fell to her death after her parachute fail to open, he jumped after her in an effort to save her life but it was at no avail.

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On Saturday 28-year-old Amber Marie Bellow and her husband of just two weeks Clayton Butler both base jumper went to the 7,276-foot peak of Mount Kinesava in Zion National Park, Utah, at 4 p.m. Saturday.

Amber jumped first, but her chute didn’t open, Clayton jumped after her, but sadly he could  reach her. after he landed, he had to walk past her lifeless body walked  for over  two and a half hours and raised the alarm, Amber’s body was retrieved by a helicopter on Sunday morning.

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Amber Marie Bellow born in Utah to Jan Marie Bellows, 57, and Boyd Kay Bellows, 60, was the beloved sister of Zachary, Brandon and Kelli.

Amber attended at  west Jordan High school in Utah. Amber Bellow and her husband Clayton Hoyt butler, 29, got married on January 26, 2014 in Las Vegas.

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to Amber Bellows Clayton’s husband Clayton, her parents, siblings and friends throughout this terrible time, may God give you strength.

You can leave your condolences on Amber Bellow Facebook page here or Clayton’s here