Body found in Grand Canyon, believed to be Texas woman

Body found in Grand Canyon, believed to be Texas woman

The body of Sarah Beadle, of Fort Worth, Texas, was found shortly after she was reported missing by the National Park Service after not arriving at a reserved campsite in Grand Canyon National Park.

Dr. Sarah Beadle passed away while hiking with her daughter and nephew, who were later found safe.

On Wednesday afternoon, search and rescue crews located a body believed to be Beadle's near the Black Bridge at the bottom of Grand Canyon, approximately three-quarters of a mile from Phantom Ranch, park officials said in a press release.

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Her cause of death is under investigation.

Beadle worked as an emergency room physician at Baylor Emergency Medical Center in Keller, a suburb of Fort Worth.

The husband said another hiker found the children, gave them water and took them to a camp.

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"Sarah loved travelling with her family and sharing so many wonderful experiences with all of us", Mr Beadle wrote on Facebook.

They say Beadle was an experienced backpacker and hiker who last hiked at the Grand Canyon in 2002.

"She was on a trip with the kids visiting national parks, but I don't have all the details", said Beadle's older brother Charles Lawrence Springer, of the Baton Rouge area in Louisiana.

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"The environment down there is much less forgiving during the summertime", he said.

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