Days after being swept away by a flood, a hiker's body is discovered in Utah's Zion National Park.

A number of people were "blown off their feet" by high flood waters on Friday, prompting the hunt for 29-year-old Tucson, Arizona, resident Jetal Agnihotri.

She was discovered on Monday, the National Park Service announced in a press release.

According to NPS, her body was found in the Virgin River close to the Court of the Patriarchs in the park, and a medical examiner declared her dead.

Superintendent of Zion National Park Jeff Bradybaugh expressed his condolences to Jetal Agnihotri's friends and family in the press statement.