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CHILLIWACK, B.C. – Search crews have located the body of a missing hiker in his early 20s in southwestern B.C.
It was a tragic ending to a more-than-20-hour search-and-rescue operation in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park.
The park is located about 120 kilometres east of Vancouver and 10 km from the U.S. border.
Doug Fraser of Chilliwack Search and Rescue says air support spotted the man’s body in a boulder field far from any trail and that he appears to have died from a fall.
“One of the hikers decided he was going to jog ahead of his two friends and they would meet up at the lake. When the two friends got there, there was no sign of their buddy,” he said Doug Fraser.
“It was a long ways from a trail, and a 25 minute hike from the lake. How he ended up there, why he ended up there, are questions that remain unanswered.”
I put this under crypto because this is exactly like the other stories of missing people in the wilderness related to the bigfoot/national parks scandal. Sure is weird how he ended up dead up on the rocks.
originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
a reply to: Greathouse
Seeing as no rocket appears to have been found, I'd guess he climbed it, and tragically, fell.
There's a lesson to be learned here: Don't go hiking/climbing in jogging shoes.
originally posted by: FlySolo
this is exactly like the other stories of missing people in the wilderness related to the bigfoot/national parks scandal. Sure is weird how he ended up dead up on the rocks.
originally posted by: Domo1
How do we know the friends didn't climb up with him and shove him off the cliff?