A girl trying to hike up New Hampshire’s Mount Washington in frigid temperatures died after struggling an unknown medical situation, officers mentioned Friday.
Sandra Lee, 63, of Parsippany, N.J., was mountain climbing with two relations Thursday on a path on the northeast a part of the mountain’s highest peak. Her kin known as 911 after noticing she appeared to exhibit signs of hypothermia and could not proceed her ascent.
Temperatures on the summit have been round 12 levels with a wind chill of 60 mph.
Two conservation officers with New Hampshire State Parks workers met the group and gave them heat clothes.
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Lee was carried taken two-tenths of a mile to a highway the place an ambulance was ready. She was taken to a hospital the place she died.
In February, a hiker on the mountain died after falling greater than 300 toes into an space stuffed with boulders.
The Related Press contributed to this report.