LINCOLN — A 37-year-old hiker died after encountering brutal winter weather during a solo hike in the White Mountains this week. Rescue teams recovered the body of Christopher Roma of Thornton near Mt. Guyot on Thursday morning. New Hampshire Fish and Game first learned that Roma was in distress at around 10:20 p.m. on Tuesday. He reportedly told a 911 operator he was “very cold” before the call was lost. Coordinates placed him between Mount Bond and Mount Guyot. Rescuers on Wednesday encountered heavy winds, temperatures in the single digits, and waist-deep snow. Roma’s body was found by a team from Mountain Rescue Service on Wednesday afternoon and was extracted by a New Hampshire Army National Guard helicopter at 8:30 a.m. Thursday.
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