Canadian hiker found dead in California's Joshua Tree National Park
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department reported yesterday that on Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at 3:24 p.m., deputies from the Thermal Station in Thermal, California responded to a report of a missing hiker who had been staying at the Jumbo Rock Campground in the 790,636 acre Joshua Tree National Park.
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#1 Jun 8, 2012
I'm very sorry for the man's family. I'd be curious to learn what the actual cause of death was. Being an avid hiker and camper I was just out there solo camping on June 4th.
I have a blog dedicated to exploring Joshua Tree National park which also has safety tips for hikers and campers - http://joshuatreecamping.com
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