Following getting lacking in Utah’s Zion National Park for 12 days, a 38-year-aged mother was positioned by park rangers and reunited with her family Sunday.
Holly Courtier, an skilled hiker from California, was last noticed on Oct. 6 when she was dropped off by a non-public shuttle bus at the park’s Grotto parking area.
She was intended to be picked up that afternoon but never ever returned, according to park rangers.
Courtier’s daughter, Kailey Chambers, instructed KABC that her mom experienced misplaced her job and was touring to visit national parks.
Park rangers stated Sunday that they situated her after obtaining a credible suggestion from a park customer that they experienced noticed Courtier at the park.
“We are overjoyed that she was observed safe and sound now. We would like to thank the rangers and research groups who relentlessly seemed for her working day and night and never gave up hope,” Courier’s spouse and children said in a assertion. “We are also so grateful to the plenty of volunteers who had been generous with their time, methods and assistance. This would not have been doable devoid of the community of individuals who arrived together.”
Courier remaining the park with her relatives.