Colorado College hikers and sister lost in Utah blizzard found OK |

Colorado College hikers and sister lost in Utah blizzard found OK

Five hikers who went missing in Utah after a severe snow storm pounded the southwestern U.S. were found around noon on Monday.

San Juan County said in a release that the lost hikers appeared to be in good condition when they were spotted in southeast Utah by a helicopter search team.

The parents of Colorado College students Kathryn Jacaruso, 18, Abram Mamet, 19, Nina Lundstrom, 18, Jackson Foster, 21, and Kathryn’s older sister, Rives Jacaruso, 20, were notified of the five hikers’ safety, according to the release.

The students left on a hiking trip after the third block of the fall semester ended on Wednesday, college spokeswoman Leslie Weddell said.

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