This sounds shady to me.
If this is your first time meeting someone and they tell you they are in distress you just leave them in an unfamiliar place with no water and it is 104 degrees?
The body of the woman, identified in reports as Angela Tramonte, 31, was discovered Friday off the Echo Canyon Trail near a home on the northeast side of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, the Phoenix Fire Department said.
A man hiking with Tramonte had called cops about four hours earlier to report that she turned around about halfway into their trip because she was overheated, the Arizona Republic reported.
Tramonte, lived in Saugus, Massachusetts.
CBS Boston reported Sunday that Tramonte was visiting Phoenix for the first time after meeting a man on Instagram.
That man – who works as a police officer, according to Tramonte’s friends – wanted to keep going, so the pair split up. Some of the woman’s friends are now questioning the circumstances surrounding her death, according to the report.
“If somebody’s walking up a mountain and you’re seeing her in distress and she’s not feeling well and she’s exhausted – why wouldn’t you walk her back down?” Tramonte’s friend Stacey Gerardi said. “Why would you continue to walk back up? It doesn’t make sense.”
That is an EXCELLENT question.
Sadly it may never be answered because the cops have already ruled there is no foul play.
Something is not adding up.
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