Australia: Missing Australian tracked down dead in Canadian wild after ‘awful hiking accident’
By Ahmad Hadizat Omayoza, Mamos Nigeria
After being deployed a police dogs and a drone, the body of an Australian hiker was discovered in Canadian bear country.
Julia-Mary Lane, a Brisbane native of 25, had been residing in Canmore, Alberta, since January.
According to a social media post made by her housemate on Tuesday, she left for a week-long road trip to Bear Lake near the town of Kimberley in British Columbia but did not return.
“Tragically, searchers tracked down the lady, expired,” the Illustrious Canadian Mounted Police affirmed in a proclamation on Wednesday. ” There is no suspicion of the death.
Guardian Australia was informed by RCMP corporal James Grandy that “it looks accidental, due to steep terrain.”
She may have lost her footing by accident, as demonstrated by all of the scene evidence.
However, the coroner’s office, which is still conducting an investigation, is in charge of the case.
According to her Garmin watch, Julia-Mary Lane went on a hike on Friday near Marysville, which is south of Kimberley in Canada.
According to her Garmin watch, Julia-Mary Lane went on a hike on Friday near Marysville, which is south of Kimberley in Canada. Photograph: Conner Lane’s Facebook page Lane’s family has confirmed their loss on Facebook.
Lane’s family wrote, “We have lost our beautiful baby girl, Julia-Mary RIP in an unfortunate hiking accident.” They requested 24 hours “to deal with this miserable news”.
Janet Hamilton, a Canadian housemate of Lane’s, got in touch with her family early on Tuesday morning when she didn’t come back from her trip. Lane had not contacted the family since Saturday morning.
Kimberly RCMP were alarmed on Tuesday June eleventh.
Cutting edge officials found the lady’s vehicle left close to Bear Lake during the pursuit and salvage exertion. The RCMP’s police canine administrations and the utilization of a robot were participated in the hunt.
A few days earlier, Lane had sought recommendations for local hikes in a Facebook group.
She wrote, “I’m visiting from Canmore for a few days and would love to join any moderate to difficult hikes that are planned.” Although I’m comfortable hiking by myself, I’d rather go with a group to reduce bear risk.