Is Emily Sotelo Found Or Not? 20-Years-Old Hiker Missing On New Hampshire Trail
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On November 20, 2022, Emily Sotelo, a 19-year-old hiker, disappeared from a well-traveled hiking trail near Lafayette Place Campground in Franconia. The missing woman’s parents stated that she was not appropriately prepared for the cold weather. Unfortunately, that day in New Hampshire, it dropped to -30 degrees Fahrenheit. The parents claimed that Sotelo had no prior knowledge of hiking in freezing weather. Over the course of November 20 and 21, over 18 search groups attempted to locate her, but they were unsuccessful. The matter has been gaining the attention of netizens.
Is Emily Sotelo Found Or Not?
According to reports, Sotelo was seen at Lafayette Place Campground in Franconia in the early hours of November 20, 2022. It is coming forward that the woman was supposed to hike Mount Lafayette, Mount Haystack, and Mount Flume. Talking to the media, her parents said that she knew how to hike and had known everything about it as she had done it earlier too. However, they said that she did not have any idea of how to do it in winter.
20-Years-Old Hiker Missing
Speaking of Emily Sotelo, she is a 19-year-old girl from Westford, Massachusetts. On November 23, 2022, she was last seen wearing a brown jacket, exercise pants, and a pair of sneakers. Let us tell you that the missing hiker is reported to be 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs around 115 pounds. The girl has brown hair and blue eyes. Michael Eastman, the Fish, and Game Captain talked about the hiking conditions on the trail that Emily Sotelo chose. He said that it certainly can be done in a day.
A hiker in good shape can probably do it in no time in summer conditions but the conditions we had yesterday included high winds, temperatures, and varied conditions. The Massachusetts hiker failed to return from the trip on November 20 at the scheduled hour of 7 p.m., setting off alarms in the neighborhood. Search and rescue teams were sent out right once to start looking for the missing hiker.
A National Guard Blackhawk chopper was said to have contributed to the search effort, according to WMUR. On Tuesday, November 22, at 7:30 am, the search for Sotelo is anticipated to pick back up. A Facebook post was published by Pemigewasset Valley Search and Rescue, who were assisting with the search. It is no doubt to say that the matter has become a subject of interest among netizens. Keep following Social Telecast for more updates and the latest news happening around the world. Follow us!