Hiker dies in Zion National Park while her husband tries to get her help, rangers say

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According to park officials, a hiker died during a night drive in Zion National Park while her husband was looking for help.
The couple began their permitted 16-mile hike through The Narrows, one of Utah Park's most popular hikes, on Tuesday, Nov. 22, according to a Nov. 24 press release from the National Park Service.
The husband and wife stopped about "about a mile and a half from the north end of the Riverside Walk (a paved path that leads from the Temple of Sinawava to the Narrows)" according to the NPS.
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"The man reported becoming dangerously cold overnight and having symptoms consistent with hypothermia," NPS said.
Temperatures in the park were below freezing overnight during their hike, according to the National Weather Service.
The 33-year-old man went to get help the next morning while his wife stayed behind, NPS said. Rangers found the man on Riverside Walk as other park visitors were helping him "down the trail."
The man was taken to the Zion Emergency Operations Center, NPS said.
"Visitors further up the Narrows performed CPR on the woman before members of the Zion search and rescue team arrived," the release said.
Although first responders provided emergency assistance to the 31-year-old woman, she was pronounced dead, according to the NPS.
Officials with the Washington County Sheriff's Office, the Utah Office of the Medical Examiner and the National Park Service are investigating the cause of the woman's death, the release said.
The Narrows, "the narrowest section of Zion Canyon," requires hikers to hike through the Virgin River, according to NPS.
"You have to get your feet wet as there is no trail," NPS said. "Most people choose to start their trek at the Temple of Sinawava via the Riverside Walk and then walk upstream before turning around and trekking back to the Temple of Sinawava."
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