Rescued pregnant hiker and companion, drive to their deaths in ocean

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ROQUE BLUFFS, MAINE (KPLR) – Two Maine hikers were rescued Tuesday night, after becoming lost on a hiking trip in the Roque Bluff State Park in Maine.  Melissa Moyer, 38 and Amy Stiner, 37, had been hiking, but had gotten lost during a heavy downpour.

Moyer had called for help, but the two were found by a near-by landowner, who drove them to their car.

As they left the park parking lot, just after 9:00 pm, Stiner, the driver took a wrong turn and drove through heavy fog down a boat ramp into the ocean.

Both women and their dog died drowning in the submerged car.

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HIKER DEATHS