Once again, quite disturbing news reaches the people of the Grand Canyon, who are left innumerable in deep shock, as no one was amused that their faces will collide with such dire news any day. Yes, you heard that right, a Canadian hiker “Melanie Goodine” is no longer one of her closest admirers as her departure at the age of 41 occurred while hiking when her body could no longer take the extreme heat. Below you can check out the full details along with some untold facts.
According to the exclusive reports or sources, Melanie Goodine decided to go hiking in the mountains as she wanted to find peace and a sigh of scorching heat. But as soon as her steps advanced, the heat got worst, and that’s why she hit her head straight, but still she didn’t stop because she only had her goal in mind, to reach the top. But her health was not able to withstand the pressure of the extreme heat and as a result she was unable to get proper breathing to survive, resulting in her suffering a stroke.
What happened to Melanie Goodine?
The incident happened Thursday as she attempted to reach the altitude, but unfortunately the temperature in the province was already on the heat, being extremes of between 95 and 104, said Joelle Baird, a spokeswoman for Grand Canyon National Park. As soon as the proper authority received the news, they intervened to summarily bring her down so that if a breath got inside her body, they could send her to the nearest medical facility. But unfortunately she had lost her life by the time they reached her, so they sent her body to those close to her.
Almost everyone is paying tribute to her via social media while also offering their deepest condolences to the family so her strength can stay further ahead to endure the pain of losing a significant part of her family as no one even thought of her death had will take place like this. Because of this, the entire social media has been flooded with heartfelt messages as her loved ones and followers express their sadness at losing her as nothing is more heartbreaking than this. So we’ll pray too, may her soul rest in peace (RIP Melanie Goodine)