Hanford man found dead in Sequoia National Park
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The body of a Hanford man was found in Sequoia National Park this weekend just one day after his vehicle was found near a park campground.
The body of 54-year-old Stanley Robert Garcia was recovered from the South Fork area of the park on Saturday. Park officials say his car was found in a nearby parking lot early Friday morning -- prompting a ground and air search by dozens of people, horses, and canines.
Its unknown how long Garcia was in the park or how he died. But officials say he hadn't been home since Monday.
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