World news – 2 mass. Hiker found dead after what appears to be a fall in Acadia National Park, Maine

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The bodies of two hikers were found in Acadia National Park on Saturday after being reported missing on Friday night.

The 30-year-old woman and 28-year-old man from Rutland, Massachusetts appeared to be reported of the National Park Service fell about 100 feet along an ice-covered cliff on Dorr Mountain.

The search for the couple began Friday night when family members reported them overdue. According to a press release from the valet, they should check out of their hotel and return their vehicle on Friday afternoon.

They were last heard on Thursday around noon when the woman told family members that they were about to climb Cadillac Mountain while talking to family members on the phone. announced the authorities. Cadillac Mountain is near Dorr Mountain.

A US Coast Guard helicopter with thermal imaging was brought from Cape Cod to search Friday night through Saturday but found no one on the north and east sides of the Dorr and Cadillac Mountains. Authorities announced.

The on-site search began Saturday morning with 15 Mount Desert Island Search and Rescue volunteers, park staff and a Maine Forest Service helicopter, authorities said. Searchers on foot found the bodies on Saturday morning.

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Ref: https://www.nbcwashington.com

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