Angela Tramonte Death – Obituary : A 31-year-old Saugus woman identified as Angela Tramonte has died following a heat-related illness after hiking. Tramonte passed away in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday, 30th of August, 2021.
According to report, Tramonte was visiting Phoenix for the first time to see a man that she met on Instagram, according to her closest friends. She was hiking with the partner whom friends say is a police officer when she felt overheated and decided to go back to her car.
Saugus Angela Tramonte passed away during a hike on Echo Canyon Trail in Camelback Mountain.
Tramonte and her police officer partner split up during the hike when she headed back to the car, and the officer wanted to continue to the top.
Tramonte’s body was sadly discovered near a home at the base of the mountain four hours later. Authorities believe she collapsed while seeking help for heat exhaustion and dehydration
Angela Tramonte died of dehydration
Questions surround the death of Angela Tramonte, who was visiting a Phoenix PD officer she met on social media. The two hiked Camelback Mountain Friday, but split off when she didn’t feel well from heat illness.
He continued up the mountain, while she came down. But she collapsed and died before she could make it. Police say they had no water. I asked Phoenix PD their response to criticism that he works in public safety but left her alone in this situation.
Grief quickly turned to anger for the friends of 31-year-old Angela Tramonte. The Saugus woman died after hiking in Phoenix, Arizona Friday.
“Not even 24 hours and she’s dead,” said her best friend Stacey Gerardi. Tramonte was visiting Phoenix for the first time to see a man that she met on Instagram, according to her closest friends. The pair set out on a hike up the notorious Camelback Mountain in the intense July heat when fire officials say Tramonte decided it was too hot and wanted to turn around. Her partner, who friends say is a police officer, wanted to continue to the top, so the pair split up.
The 31-year-old’s body was found near a home at the base of the mountain four hours later. Authorities believe she collapsed while seeking help for heat exhaustion and dehydration.