Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Endurance rider found dead near Georgetown
Doctors perform autopsy on the Vacaville woman
By: Penne Usher, Journal Staff Writer
Tuesday, July 11, 2006 9:51 PM PDT
An autopsy was being conducted Tuesday on a Vacaville woman who was found dead on the Dru Barner trail Saturday during the Gold Country Endurance Ride near Georgetown.
Pamela Page Briles, 59, was participating in the endurance ride at Dru Barner Equestrian Park and was found lying on the trail by other riders.
Cherryl Holbrook, ride manager, said Tuesday that about 29 miles into the 30/50 mile ride two doctors on horseback found the body.
"A couple riders, both physicians, came up upon her," she said. "They were going to give her CPR, but turned her over and determined that she was already dead."
Emergency crews from El Dorado County responded, but were unable to revive Briles.
Lt. Marc Adams of the El Dorado County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday that a preliminary autopsy report indicates the rider most likely died from an existing medical condition.
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