According to the National Park Service, the body of a missing Richmond, Virginia lady named Jennifer Coleman has been discovered in Glacier National Park in Montana.
Jennifer Coleman’s corpse was discovered in a steep and rocky location near the Continental Divide on Sunday afternoon, according to the agency.
According to a tweet, Coleman was “believed to have been trekking around Logan Pass” on August 30 or August 31. According to the park service, she was reported missing on September 1st, and the hunt for her began that afternoon when park personnel discovered her vehicle in the Logan Pass parking area.
Glacier National Park is seeking the public’s help in locating Jennifer (Jenn) Coleman.
If you saw Jenn Coleman in Glacier National Park, please call the Glacier National Park tip line at 406-888-7077. pic.twitter.com/7oCd1qAWvP
Since then, approximately 50 rescue workers have been searching for Coleman, who was discovered dead near the Continental Divide in steep and rocky terrain.
The cause of death is being investigated, according to officials. They were unable to rescue her body due to strong gusts.
Coleman’s parents are members of The AWARE Foundation, which campaigns for people who are missing or endangered.
According to the Associated Press, she was last contacted by text message a week ago. There are, according to her parents’ Facebook post, “Worse possible news today, Jennifer has been found deceased. Many thanks to everyone for the kind words, prayers, messages. People have been a blessing to us. We are thankful and appreciative to the bottom of our hearts. No words to describe the grief.”
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