dglobalnews.com Spouse of woman lost in Grand Canyon says water ran out
Published: Sat, August 05, 2017
Global Media | By Cecelia Webb

Spouse of woman lost in Grand Canyon says water ran out

Spouse of woman lost in Grand Canyon says water ran out

Officials who were searching for a missing hiker in Grand Canyon National Park said they have found a body they believe to be that of the Texas mother.

Sarah Beadle, from Fort Worth, Texas, had reservations to stay at the Bright Angel Campground on Tuesday, but she did not arrive.

Park officials say Beadle was hiking with two children - ages 10 and 11 - who are safe and accounted for. Beadle's husband posted on Facebook that she ran out of water, left the kids to find help, and became lost.

An investigation is being conducted by the National Park Service and the Coconino County Medical Examiner. The body was found in an area where the temperature reached 100 degrees. "The park rangers suspect she died of heat exhaustion".

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Other hikers found the girls in good condition and brought them to camp. "I thank you all for your continued prayers and support".

The National Park Service described Beadle as an "experienced backpacker and hiker" who last hiked the Grand Canyon in 2002.

Charles Lawrence Springer, Sarah Beadle's older brother, said his sister had taken the children to several national parks and had also visited Yellowstone in Wyoming.

Associated Press writers Anita Snow and Paul Davenport reported from Phoenix.

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