California mom missing In Zion National Park for a week
Authorities are still looking for a woman from Woodland Hills, California who disappeared in Zion National Park, Utah last week. CBS Los Angeles reports that Holly Suzanne Courtier, 38, was last seen around 1:30 p.m. on October 6th.
The National Park Service, which is searching for Courtier with the Washington County Sheriff's Office, says her planned itinerary is not known. Her daughter Kailey Chambers says Courtier lost her nanny job due to the pandemic and traveled around the country in a converted van to visit national parks.
Holly Suzanne Courtier / Credit: National Park Service
"To the best of my knowledge, tomorrow is the last day to my knowledge as there is no new information," said Chambers. "So if only one person could get a single tip, it would add to the days the rangers are allowed to look for them."
Driving into the park is currently banned, so Chambers said her mother was last seen on a shuttle into the park.
"She was on a shuttle to the park around 1pm and never got on her shuttle to get back to town from the park," said Chambers.
Chambers says her mother is a seasoned hiker, has hiked alone, and knows Zion National Park. She says she and her mother visited the park together just a few weeks ago.
"I know she wouldn't give up on me, so I refuse to give up on her," said Chambers.
Several family members will begin their own search for Courtier Tuesday morning, Chambers said.
"I don't care if I'm the only person on the trail looking for her. I won't stop until I find her," said Chambers.
Courtier is described as 5-foot-3 and 100 pounds, and may have been wearing a gray pistil trucker hat, black Patagonia nano puff jacket, dark tank top, gray Danner Trail hiking boots, and an Osprey Blue multi-day backpack. National Park Service officials say Courtier may also have a cream Kuhl open-front hoodie, a puffy Rumple Nanoloft blanket and a double-size camouflage hammock.
If you have information on this person, contact the NPS ISB Tip Line at (888) 653-0009. # USParkRangers pic.twitter.com/bR8H7DxkG8
- Zion National Park (@ZionNPS) October 10, 2020
Anyone with information on Courtier can call the National Park Service ISB Tip Line at (888) 653-0009.
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