Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming (AP) — Feet Found floating in a heated pool in Yellowstone National Park It was owned by a 70-year-old man from Los Angeles last summer, park officials said Thursday.
It is not yet clear how the man, Il Hoon-ro, ended up in the spring, but investigators do not suspect foul play, park officials said in a statement.
Park staff found part of Law’s foot inside a shoe in August at Abyss Pools in the park’s West Thumb Geyser Basin.
Investigators concluded that everything that happened to Ro happened on the morning of July 31, but no one saw it. They identified Ro through DNA analysis and notified his family. said the official.
The Abyss Pool is 53 feet (16 meters) deep and about 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius). In such hot springs, when the hot water reaches the surface, it cools down and is replaced by hot water from below and sinks. Circulation prevents the water from reaching the temperatures necessary to cause eruptions such as those that occur in geysers in the park.
https://www.ksby.com/news/national-news/foot-found-in-yellowstone-hot-pool-idd-as-that-of-la-man Foot found in Yellowstone heated pool identified as LA man’s