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(KSL News) -- DNA tests confirm bones found in Utah's Summit County are those of a Georgia woman.
Last month two sets of bones were uncovered from a makeshift campground in the Crystal Lake area.
The tests prove some of the bones are those of 39-year old Kimberly Beverly. She and her mother Carole Weatherton disappeared in September following a hike.
Their rented SUV was found parked just two miles from where the bones were discovered.