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Family with 1-year-old child and dog found dead in remote hiking area

A California family who went missing earlier this week has been found dead in a remote hiking area, authorities say.

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Family – John Gerrish, Ellen Chung and their one-year-old daughter Miju and their dog were reported missing Monday in the Sierra National Forest. Their bodies were found in a remote area near Devil’s Gulch on Tuesday.

“It’s never the outcome we want or the news we want to deliver, my heart breaks for their family,” Mariposa County Sheriff Jeremy Briese said. said on facebook. “Our sheriff’s chaplains and staff are working with their families and will continue to support them during this heartbreaking time.”

According to Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Kristie Mitchell, the location where the family was found is being treated as a hazmat scene because there are mines in the area and there are no clear causes of death.


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“To come across a scene where everyone involved, including the family dog ​​who died, is not a typical thing we’ve seen or other agencies have seen,” Mitchell said. The Fresno Bee. “That’s why we’re treating it as a hazmat situation. We just don’t know.”

An inquest into the deaths is ongoing.


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