Greg Davis is comforted by his family as he reaches the trail head in Humber Park after his friend and climbing partner, Lucas Dunn, was fatally injured Friday morning. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

About 11:31 a.m., Friday, May 17, deputies from the Hemet Sheriff's Station responded to a call about an injured rock climber at Humber Park in Idyllwild.

The climber, Lucas Dunn, 21 of Idyllwild, had fallen approximately 150 feet from Lily Rock.

CAL FIRE medical personnel hiked Lily Rock and located the injured climber, a 21-year-old white male adult from Idyllwild.

He had succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced deceased by CAL FIRE medical personnel on scene.

RMRU and Cal Fire discuss recovery options Friday. From left, Lee Arnson, Helene Lohr, Battalion Chief Charlie Dehart and Les Walker. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Riverside County Sheriff's Emergency Response Team (SERT) was notified and the Riverside Mountain Rescue Unit (RMRU) was immediately mobilized and responded to the scene.

Cal Fire Helicopter 301 lowers a paramedic to the scene. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

RMRU members with the assistance of the Sheriff's Aviation Unit's helicopter recovered the victim and transported him to the Keenwild Helitack, where he was released to the Coroner's Office personnel.