University of Kansas Student Identified As Woman Who Fell to Death at Glacier National Park

A Kansas student has been identified by officials as the woman who fell into a gorge in Glacier National Park, resulting in her tragic death.

A University of Kansas student from Saudi Arabia, Atheer Abdulrahman S. Alquahtani, has died after falling into Avalanche Creek, according to an online announcement by the National Park Service. The incident occurred on Monday afternoon.

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On May 22nd, Alquahtani fell off a rocky overhang and was subsequently swept away into the gorge of Avalanche Creek. Alquahtani was spotted by bystanders in a creek that passed beneath the Trail of the Cedars bridge.

Bystanders took action by wading into the water to rescue her. They immediately began administering CPR while some individuals went to seek assistance from park rangers.

According to Kerzman, emergency workers and park rangers were called to the scene where they pronounced Alquahtani dead at the side of the creek. She was later carried out of the park.

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According to Kerzman, investigators were informed by Alquahtani’s acquaintances that she had recently completed her first year of her master’s program at KU.

According to her friends, Alquahtani, a self-proclaimed risk-taker with a love for water, was on a road trip tour of national parks to celebrate when the incident occurred.

According to Kerzman, foul play is not suspected in the death of Alquahtani. The incident took place at an off-trail site that is frequented by many other visitors who also take the same risk.

According to Kerzman, water-related incidents such as this one are the primary cause of fatalities at Glacier National Park.

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