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The death of a woman from Utah while hiking in the Grand Canyon has caught the attention of netizens around the world. Yes, a Utah woman has tragically died after a fall in the Grand Canyon, according to authorities. Among other things, the report said the woman was on a private boating trip and during the hike, she fell in the Grand Canyon. Officials with the National Park Service have since received a call to emergency services and informed the unresponsive woman Monday night near Ledges Camp along the Colorado River.
After receiving the call, NPS and the Arizona Department of Public Safety responded to the call and used emergency helicopters to locate the woman and her team. Now, according to a report provided by NPS, the woman has been identified as 34-year-old Margaret Oswald of Salt Lake City, Utah, who was hiking through the Grand Canyon when she jumped from a height of about 20 feet. come down. According to her group, members of Margaret said she was unresponsive and began CPR. DPS later arrived at the Ledges Camp area around 8.30pm to pronounce Margaret Osswald dead.
Utah woman dies after falling from Grand Canyon
It’s disturbing to hear that a 34-year-old woman lost her life in the tragic accident. According to NPS, Margaret Osswal and her entire team were on the sixth day of a multi-day boating trip when the incident occurred. Well, there was another incident near the same place, news of the Oswal incident came 11 days after a woman died in the Grand Canyon along the Colorado River.
The incident is now being investigated by the National Park Service and the Coconino County Medical Examiner’s Office. Although reports indicate that four people, including Margaret Oswal, have died in Grand Canyon National Park this year. A report of the incident has been provided to Osswal’s family and authorities are investigating the case to identify any wrongdoing behind the incident.
In another incident in late March, a 68-year-old woman named Marry Kelley was pulled out of the Colorado River and found unresponsive when park rangers arrived and tried to perform CPR on her. Stay tuned for more updates.
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