Hannah Campiche: Woman killed on Snowdon named

A 26-year-old woman who died after falling 330ft (100m) on Snowdon has been named.

Anna Campiche, of Kidderminster, Worcestershire, who was originally from Switzerland, was hiking with two companions.

North Wales Police were called to Crib y Ddysgyl at 11:36 BST on Wednesday.

More than 30 members from Llanberis, Aberglaslyn and RAF Valley mountain rescue teams were involved in recovering her body.

A helicopter from RAF Valley had ferried mountain rescue team members as high as possible due to low cloud.

Coroner Dewi Pritchard-Jones opened and adjourned an inquest at Caernarfon into the death.

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