A missing Tucson woman was found dead in Utah.

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After going missing over the weekend while hiking in Utah, a lady from Tucson who was last seen in Arizona has been found dead.

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Jetal Sutariya Agnihotri's corpse was recovered in the Virgin River on August 23. Zion National Park confirms this.

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Agnihotri was, as far as we are able to ascertain, a PhD student at the University of Arizona's Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences.

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Jeff Bradybaugh, the superintendent of Zion National Park, expressed his deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Jetal Agnihotri after learning of his passing.

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On Saturday, about two hundred people took part in the hunt for Agnihotri, who had been swept away by floodwaters the previous day. On Friday, he had been missing.

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Agnihotri was one among dozens of individuals swept away by surging water in the Narrows section of the park in southern Utah, near the Arizona border.

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Every single one of the trekkers was finally found, with the exception of Agnihotri, and they were made to wait out the floods.

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