Matthew Read Wiki – Matthew Read Biography

A hiker who had been reported missing since Sunday has been found alive in Glacier National Park. According to a press release shared by the National Park Service, 19-year-old Matthew Read was found Monday night with the combined efforts of the Two Bear Air rescue organization, US Border Patrol search agencies and Valley and Flathead rescue.

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The age of Matthew Read is 19 years.

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Matthew Read hicker went missing

Using a heat-sensing infrared camera, explains The New York Times, the Two Bear Air rescue team detected a thermal heat signature in heavily wooded terrain. They discovered Read’s location after he began an expanded search for his whereabouts Monday morning. The teen was last heard from on Friday, NBC News reports.


Read’s search was first requested Sunday after park rangers located his vehicle on the Huckleberry Lookout Trailhead after he embarked on a solo hike Friday afternoon. The National Park Service claims that Read was found “somewhat receptive” upon his discovery. He was lifted off the ground with a 175-foot hoist. Read is reportedly in stable condition after being transported out of the park for medical attention.

The agency explains that Read got stuck on the mountain after reaching the first saddle and encountering a snowfield covering the trail. Due to the conditions, he slid into a drain on the east side of the mountain and “descended into chest-deep snow where he lost his phone, water bottle and shoes.” “Determining that he could not return to the trail, he began his way down the drain,” the report explains.

In a conversation with The New York Times, James Heckman, chief pilot for Two Bear Air, explained that the weather in the area “was pretty bad all weekend” and that Read “was probably cold and had encountered all kinds of rainfall”. “through experience.Read More……



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