Senior citizen breaks mountain climbing record

A senior citizen from Westchester has set a new record. Jerry Levine, 82, is now the oldest person to hike all of New York's 46

YONKERS - A senior citizen from Westchester has set a new record. Jerry Levine, 82, is now the oldest person to hike all of New York's 46 highest mountain peaks. The Cortlandt Manor resident climbed Esther and Whiteface mountains over the weekend. Levine says even though it was a tough climb, he would do it again.

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