Two weeks ago 3 large ice/rock falls occurred on the upper flanks of 14,411-foot Mt. Rainier. Each sent a large volume of debris down the mountain's Nisqually Glacier, which is adjacent to the Muir Snowfield and the approach route (Disappointment Cleaver) used for climbing Mt. Rainier.
On June 25th a pair of climbers making their way up the Muir Snowfield captured this footage of one of those icefalls: