Yosemite National Park, CA — Authorities have no suspicion of foul play in the deaths of two people found off Highway 120 outside Yosemite National Park.
The mother and son who have been missing since last week were found Thursday. The bodies of the 34-year-old Chinese man from Atlanta, and his 60-year-old mother from China were found about 150 feet off the road that runs through Tioga Pass at Yosemite´s east entrance.
Mono County authorities say the mother and son appear to have died from traumatic injuries caused by their car rolling down an embankment. The two had spent two nights in a cabin at Curry Village and checked out September 23rd with all their belongings.