3 Sisters Vanish During Hike in Wyoming Wilderness

Three sisters backpacking in the Wyoming wilderness did not come back on schedule Tuesday, setting off a frantic search. Authorities said the sisters, originally from Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, left for their extended camping trip in Grand Teton (Tea-Tahn) National Park on June 28th and were supposed to return home this week.
A website devoted to finding the trio identifies them as Megan Margaret Andrews-Sharer, Erin Andrews-Sharer, and Kelsi Andrews-Sharer..
According to their family, the women last used their cellphones on June 30, about 15 miles south of the resort town of Jackson.