SACRAMENTO, CALIF (AP)- A hiker has died after falling 1,000 feet on Mount Shasta, but his son has been rescued. The California National Guard says its helicopter retrieved a severely injured man from the mountain at around 12:30PM Thursday but he died at a hospital. His name hasn’t been released. The helicopter then returned and rescued the man’s son, who had a cellphone and was in good condition. Authorities say the two were hiking near the summit of the 14,000-foot peak in Siskiyou County. Last month, a 75-year-old man from Auburn died after he fell at the 10,000-foot level.