Iowa woman dies while hiking in New M...

Iowa woman dies while hiking in New Mexico

There are 3 comments on the KOB-TV New Mexico story from Jun 16, 2011, titled Iowa woman dies while hiking in New Mexico. In it, KOB-TV New Mexico reports that:

Authorities say an Iowa woman has died while hiking the Alkali Flat Trail in White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.

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Alamogordo, NM

#1 Jun 17, 2011
Be smart. Hydrate, wear proper clothing and stay out of the sun from long periods in the summer.
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Prairieville, LA

#2 Jun 18, 2011
Let's see here,a woman from Iowa,hiking in White Sands in the middle of June in the afternoon.What might be the result?Please use common sense when you are out in New Mexico,be it summer or winter.This is a tragedy that should have never happened,to a young woman,who had her whole life ahead of her.Be smart when you are out and about,Vaya con Dios mis amigos.

Fayetteville, AR

#3 Jun 18, 2011
Less CO2 now. The Greenies should be pleased. She lowered her carbon footprint to the lowest possible size. She made the ultimate sacrifice for the "Church of Climatology" and the good of the earth.

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