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Yosemite hiker, 60, missing since Saturday; search underway

November 25, 2013|By Kate Mather
  • A file photo shows the sun rising over Yosemite National Park.
A file photo shows the sun rising over Yosemite National Park. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles…)

Park rangers and search and rescue teams continued to comb a stretch of Yosemite National Park on Monday for a 60-year-old hiker missing for two days, park officials said.

Ann Lory left her home in Foresta -- a small community near the park's western boundary -- early Saturday morning to hike along Old Coulterville Road and Old Big Oak Flat roads, officials said. She hasn't been seen since.

Search and rescue teams from six counties, along with the California Highway Patrol, are assisting park rangers with the search in and around Foresta, park officials said. About 70 people are involved in the search, officials said, along with dog teams.

Lory was described as 5-foot-6, weighing 110 pounds, with gray hair and hazel eyes. It was not known what clothing she wore or what gear she had.

Authorities asked anyone who was in the area on Saturday or who might have information about Lory to call (209) 379-1992.

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