On a trip to Clover Hollow Cave, in Giles County, Virginia, Ann Strange slid down a five-foot descent a little too fast and injured her wrist. A new angle to the limb indicated a bone was broken. Pain medication was administered and the arm was splinted with a rack and blue-jean material. With the arm in a sling she proceeded out, being belayed at exposed places that included a crawl across a ledge at the edge of one pit. At the 70-foot entrance pit, she was put into a companion's rig that would allow her to make it using one arm. There was no further incident.
NSS News, December 1992 (Part 2) V50N12, Page 338.
Ann Strange "Clover Hollow" The Groundhog, (22)1, January, 1991, pp 7-8.
No analysis has been done.