|January 1, 2020 – February 24, 2020 |
These incidents reflect pediatrics 0-5 years, children 6-12 years, teens 13-17 years and adults 18+.
Crews searching for a missing hiker in the Tonto National Forest said they found a body on Monday and confirmed it belongs to the hiker who was swept away during flash flooding.
Shiloh Dorsett, 44, of Mesa, was pronounced dead Monday, according to a statement from the Gila County Sheriff’s Office.
Dorsett and his friend were canyoneering, an extreme form of hiking, in Bull Canyon, also known as Water Slide Canyon, which is northeast of Roosevelt Lake.
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office was called for a possible drowning Saturday afternoon in Cherry Creek in the canyon, which is in the Sierra Ancha Wilderness.
The missing man’s friend hiked for miles to campground and alerted the authorities. Rescue crews were unable to search for the man Saturday due to flooding, the statement said.