The Coconino County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue team recently conducted a search and rescue operation over a five-day period for two lost people east of the Hutch Mountain area. The office received a call back on March 7th at around 5:30 p.m. from a mother needing help finding her daughter and her male friend. She told operators the two were at Meteor Crater in the morning and were driving and became stuck and disabled. The mother said the daughter told her she could see a lake, so the mother drove to Lake Mary and Mormon Lake, but couldn’t find them. A sheriff’s deputy called the cell phone of the man, but he hung up on them and turned off his phone. Then a day later, a forest service crew found the 35-year-old Winslow woman alive and suffering from mild hypothermia. She was found on a forest road nearly five miles north of Bargaman Park. She was taken to Flagstaff Medical Center where she was treated and released. After three days of searching for 38-year-old Ryan Long of Leupp, they found his body about two miles east from where the woman was found. Deputies believe the two traveled south from Meteor Crater, through the Chavez Pass area, then west on closed forest service roads to the location where they became stuck. There were no signs of foul play and it appears Long may have died of exposure.