Missing teacher from Queens died of dehydration and hypothermia during a Hiking

Law enforcement agencies in new York discovered missing last week, a teacher from Queens. 46-year-old Keith Johnson was found in a semi-conscious state in one of the forests of the County of Ulster, near the city of Shandaken (new York). Unfortunately, to save him failed.

The NYPD reports that after the man was reported missing, officers have analysed the pattern of movement. It turned out that Johnson was a big fan of Hiking and in favor of his Hobbies were often sent to single trips. Soon investigators it became known that before the theft, the teacher was going to visit the County of Ulster.

That’s where police found his vehicle, a gray Hyundai Elantra 2006 model year. Then was organized the search party that was combing the area. Several hours later, the group found the missing teacher. He was dying, suffering from dehydration and hypothermia. Police attempted to render first aid, but the condition of the injured was critical. He died almost immediately after detection.

Law enforcement officials have not yet disclosed the details of the case. Version with complicity in the death of a teacher by unauthorized persons is not considered. According to preliminary information, the man received the injury during a camping trip and could not get to the car.

Kate Johnson worked as a music teacher in a school in new York. His colleagues say that the man was very fond of Hiking. He was an experienced tourist, and school staff are unable to understand how the tragedy occurred. Relatives and friends shocked by the death of Johnson.