Strange that I haven't seen it posted many places, especially on Mt Washington's rescue site, but it appears there's another unfortunate death.
An older man in his 60's was with his son descending from the summit towards Tuckerman Ravine, and he fell into a deep crevasse. Rescue services lowered workers into the crevasse but couldn't find him and couldn't reach the bottom of the crevasse safely. This happened the Sunday before Easter, they couldn't find him 4 days after the fall, and I have seen no stories posted about it since.
This time of year the mountain is particularly dangerous, with snow bridged crevasses, undermined snow, avalanches, ice fall, rock fall, etc.
I'm going Sunday but I won't take any un-needed risks, the weather forecast is looking pretty poor, and avalanche warnings have been considerable for days now. I could have my try on Washington foiled again...