A young couple planned to go on a 2.5 mile hike in Zion National Park in the US state of Utah on Tuesday, November 22.
Things did not go as planned.
On Wednesday morning, some tourists spot the couple – in a valley.
in press release He tells the National Park that the gorge in which it is found is considered the narrowest in the park.
Freeze to death
CBS News He writes that, according to the National Park, it was very cold at night.
The husband must have gone to get help from his wife and met other people on the trip.
They helped get the husband down on the way, while others went to the wife and performed CPR until emergency personnel arrived.
They both have symptoms of hypothermia. The park service said the woman died at the scene while the husband was taken to the emergency room for treatment.
to me The Great Norwegian Lexicon (SNL) Hypothermia is a lowering of body temperature.
– If the body is severely cooled and the person seems lifeless, resuscitation should always be started, they write.
You must have permission
Hikers are not allowed to take 2.5-mile walks without a wilderness permit, according to the National park.
– Floods and hypothermia are constant dangers. They write that good planning, proper equipment, and good judgment are essential to a safe and successful flight.
Along with the Park Service, Washington police and Utah coroners are investigating the woman’s death.
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