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Hikers Found

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The search has ended for a mother and daughter who went missing yesterday after hiking with friends and family to Tarzan Falls yesterday. According to GFD Spokesperson Lt. Ed Artero the Navy's helicopter crew spotted the the pair, picked them up and is transporting them to Naval Hospital in Agana Heights.  Dave Duenas identified the hikers as his 44-year-old wife Monique and their 11-year old daughter.  Duenas told KUAM he and his family and friends went hiking to the area for spring break. He said when they they realized they were missing a Ziploc bag containing their valuables they split up to search for it. The bag contained their keys, wallets and cell phones. When it took too long to regroup, Duenas says he went to the entrance to call for help and signaled a passerby for assistance. No word yet on injuries.

 

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