Body of US bushwalker found in NSW national Park
A woman who went missing Friday night was found dead on Saturday after a thorough ground, air and sea search near Pearl Beach on Central Coast.
The body of a 78-year old American is thought to have been found in the bushland along the New South Wales Central Coast.
The police were notified initially on Friday evening that the woman was missing while bushwalking. She was told to be in the bushland between Pearl and Patonga beach near Middle Head.
volving the dog unit, PolAir and the marine area command as well as Surf Life Saving NSW NSW Ambulance the Toll rescue helicopter, Marine Rescue, and the NSW Ambulance.
The search on the ground, in the air and at sea was suspended Saturday morning at 3am and resumed that same morning. The body was discovered by the police from the air and recovered by the ground crews on Saturday.
Unidentified body believed to belong to a woman who is missing in her 70s and was visiting the US. The coroner will receive a report.