Two campers lost in Bear Brook found
DEERFIELD (AP) — Three campers have been found in good condition after they accidentally walked off a trail at New Hampshire's Bear Brook State Park and called 911.
The three became lost near a large marsh on Monday night. A search party included park staff, Deerfield police, and Fish and Game conservation officers.
They were found by a Bear Brook staff member in a remote area of the park at about 11 p.m. Monday, near the point that 911 had placed them through their call.
The three are 18-year-old Daniel Gelinas of Hooksett, 21-year-old Nicole Strand of Hooksett, and 67-year-old Ann Strand of Pittsfield.