CONCORD, N.H. — Members of a rescue group needed to carry the physique of a hiker almost a mile in freezing temperatures and excessive winds after the person died on the Northeast’s highest mountain, authorities stated.
A bunch of hikers discovered the person unconscious and never respiratory on Mount Washington’s Jewell Path on Saturday afternoon, the New Hampshire Division of Fish and Sport stated. They referred to as 911 and began performing CPR.
Members of 1 rescue group drove to the summit of the almost 6,300-foot mountain and hiked right down to the person, whereas one other group rode up the mountain’s well-known Cog Railway and hiked in.
With no signal of life after 40 minutes, resuscitation efforts ceased, and rescue group members carried the physique almost a mile to the practice.
A canine the person was climbing with was taken to an animal shelter till it may be reunited with the person’s household.