“Woman Hiker Missing in Yosemite” への2件の返信

  1. SARの規模は縮小されたようですね。
    Effective Monday, August 6, 2007, the search efforts for lost backpacker ○(名前省略)transitioned to a limited continuous search strategy involving local ground searchers and an investigations unit.
    Initial search activities began on Monday, July 30, 2007. A full-scale search was in place by Tuesday, July 31, 2007.
    Nearly 150 searchers from all over the state joined National Park Service staff in the search effort. The search area included over 100 square miles of rugged wilderness terrain ranging in elevation from 8,000 to over 10,000 feet above sea level. Exposed granite outcroppings, high altitude, heavy timber, and steep terrain were some of the conditions faced by searchers. Additionally, afternoon thunderstorms, high winds, and cold conditions were major safety concerns for search managers and personnel. Safety has been of primary concern throughout the search incident.
    The change in search strategy came after a careful review of continuing risk exposure against the probability of locating ○. Ground searchers, dogs, and aerial flights have extensively covered the area of and radiating out from the location where ○ was last seen.

  2. 残念ながらご遺体で発見されたようです。
    “The search for a missing woman in Yosemite National Park ended on Tuesday, August 14, 2007 when her body was located in the Echo Creek drainage, a rugged wilderness area southwest of Tuolumne Meadows.
    Ottorina Bonaventura, 80, was reported missing by friends when she failed to return to the Vogelsang High Sierra Camp after a day-hike on Jul 30, 2007. Over 150 searchers from counties throughout California, the National Park Service, and DNC Parks and Resorts in Yosemite, Inc. participated in the search effort. Dog teams and helicopters were used as well.
    The cause of death is still under investigation.”