Alisonstar Molaf | A 25-year-old New Jersey woman found dead after she vanished Friday while on a hiking trip with friends in Washington state was “under the influence of mushrooms,” authorities say.
Authorities in Washington state have identified a 25-year-old hiker from New Jersey whose body was found Saturday morning in a river.
Alisonstar E. Molaf, of Ridgefield Park, was reported missing around 8 p.m. Friday after she became separated from a friend on the Wallace Falls Trail in Gold Bar, the the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office said.
Rescuers from the sheriff’s office, including a swift water rescue team, were unable to find the woman on Friday but located her body in the Wallace River in the area of the 41900 block of 150th Street SE on Saturday morning, officials said
Alisonstar E. Molaf became separated from her friend on the Wallace Falls Trail in Gold Bar late Friday, and rescuers discovered her body the next morning, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
“The death appears to be accidental,” the sheriff’s office said, adding that both Molaf and her pal appeared to have been using mushrooms.
It was not immediately clear how authorities drew that conclusion. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has yet to determine a cause of death. A GoFundMe page set up to help Molaf’s family notes that she died “suddenly.” “You will truly be missed and were taken far too soon from us,” the fundraiser says.
It is believed the two hikers were under the influence of mushrooms,” the sheriff’s office said. “The death appears to be accidental.”
The trail is on the western edge of the Cascade Mountains, about 45 miles northeast of Seattle.
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office will determine a cause and manner of death.
Molaf is a 2020 graduate Montclair State University, according to her social media pages.
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