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Concession employee at national park in Utah falls to her death while hiking popular trail


A concession employee at a national park in Utah fell to her death while hiking on a popular but dangerous trail known for steep drops  Savannah McTague, who was 19, suffered injuries that “were consistent with a high elevation fall,” according to officials at Zion National Park Her body was found Thursday and identified the following day. Advertisement  McTague, from Maine, was found below the Angel’s Landing trail after she was reported missing at about 5:30 p m. on Wednesday. The trail had reopened Tuesday after being closed for several days because of a rock fall Zion National Park (Simon Dannhauer/Getty Images/iStockphoto)  She worked for Xanterra at Zion Lodge “Our deepest condolences go out to the McTague family and friends,” park superintendent Jeff Bradybaugh in a statement “Savannah was part of the Zion family. This fatality has been especially hard on Zion Lodge and park staff ” [More U.S. News] Chinese woman who was arrested for trespassing at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago to be deported »  Hikers had been warned to be careful on the trail due to a winter storm that had hit the area  With News Wire Services

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