California man found dead on Tucson hike during extreme weather conditions

California man reported missing on a hike in Tucson has been found dead, authorities said Wednesday.

Pima County Sheriff’s officials say the body of 46-year-old Kyle Chance, of San Diego, was located near the Starr Pass area about 4 p.m. Tuesday.

"There was no indication of foul play. More information regarding the cause of death will be available at a later date," Sheriff’s Deputy Gordon Downing said in a statement Wednesday. "The initial indication is that it was related to exposure to the weather conditions."

The high in Tuscon was 93 degrees Fahrenheit (33.9 Celsius) Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.


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Downing said Chance started his hike around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday and was reported missing later in the day.

The sheriff department’s search and rescue crew joined Tucson police, Drexel Heights fire personnel and an Arizona Department of Public Safety helicopter in the search.