Missing Yosemite hiker, 60, found alive but injured, officials say

A file photo shows the sun rising over Yosemite National Park.
(Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)

A 60-year-old hiker missing in Yosemite National Park for two days was found Monday, injured but alive, officials said.

A family member working with a search-and-rescue team found Ann Lory about 11:30 a.m. in the search area near Foresta, a small community near Yosemite’s western boundary, park officials said. Lory was taken to a hospital. The extent of her injuries was not disclosed.

Lory left her home in Foresta early Saturday morning to hike along Old Coulterville Road and Old Big Oak Flat roads, officials said.

Her family reported her missing that night, prompting a search that grew to about 70 searchers from the park, California Highway Patrol and six counties.



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