Missing Vanderbilt University student's body found in New Hampshire mountains

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Emily Sotelo, 20, went missing after setting out for a hike in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest on Sunday, officials said.
NASHVILLE -- The body of a missing 20-year-old Vanderbilt University student has been found after she went missing during a hike in New Hampshire in the White Mountain National Forest, officials said.
Emily Sotelo was dropped off at the Lafayette Place Campground in Franconia on Sunday morning, according to a release from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. She intended to hike a route that included Mount Lafayette, Haystack and Flume.
Sotelo's body was discovered Wednesday around 11 a.m. ET on the northwest side of Mount Lafayette in the city, which is in the northeast part of the state.
The cause of the woman's death was not immediately known.
According to the press release, crews searched in harsh conditions from Sunday night through Wednesday morning, but efforts were hampered by strong winds, cold temperatures and blowing snow. Wind chills in the area have been well below zero this week and particularly cold at higher elevations.
Searchers found tracks and items belonging to Sotelo in the headwaters of the Lafayette Brook before her body was discovered. An Army National Guard helicopter helped get her to Cannon Mountain Ski Resort.
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A spokesman for Vanderbilt University said Sotelo is a sophomore with a major in biochemistry and chemical biology. She was from Westford, Massachusetts.
The search was a multi-agency effort involving multiple groups, the press release said, including the Pemigewasset Valley Search and Rescue Team; the Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue Team; mountain rescue service; search and rescue in the lake region; the Upper Valley Wilderness Response Team; New England K-9; the New Hampshire Army National Guard; Civilian Air Patrol; and the White Mountain National Forest.
This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: The body of a missing Vanderbilt student was found in the mountains of New Hampshire

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