Poudre Canyon flash flood

Remains of missing San Antonio woman found from the Poudre Canyon flash flood

Diana Brown missing – Remains found in Black Hollow Road by hiker identified as missing San Antonio woman.

TEXAS, US State – Diana Brown, 57-year-old who is from San Antonio, Texas who was earlier reported misisng has been found dead in Black Hollow Road. She was said to have gone missing from the flash flooding and mudslides in the Poudre Canyon over the summer.

Several searches were carried out o find her after she went missing but all turned up nothing. Recently, a resident of the Poudre Canyon found the remains and alerted authorities in the area who responded immediately. The remains were found on Saturday, November 20th, 2021 at about 4 pm by the resident who was reportedly hiking in the area.

The flash flood that took place in the Poudre Canyon has now left four dead as three other people were killed by the tragic incident. The identity of the other three people was given as Patricia Brown who is 59-year-old from Madison, Wisconsin, David Brown, 61, of San Antonio, Texas and Richard Brown, 85, of Bellevue, Colorado

Diana Brown death:

The remains were reportedly found east of Rustic Road, a little over 4 miles east of Black Hollow Road, and was taken to the Medical Examiner’s Office. the remains have now been confirmed to be that of the 57-year-old woman, Diana Brown.

The death of Diana was confirmed by the Larimer County Coroner’s Office. The cause of death has not been given. A family friend of Diana, Hilary Keahey said “I want people to remember them as beautiful, loving, generous people. They had such good souls and hearts. And I think that those of us who are still here feel a little empty, and heaven is a better place certainly now.”