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CA: Missing hunter found in Mendocino National Forest

August 23, 2014

From LakeCoNews.com

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – A hunter who went missing in the Mendocino National Forest on Thursday was found Friday morning.
Robert A. White, 50, was located by Glenn County Search and Rescue personnel and sheriff’s deputies after being reported as a missing hunter to the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday.
White had last been seen at approximately 8 a.m. that day when he departed to bow hunt dressed in all camouflage clothing.
At 8:15 a.m. Friday, White was seen by rescue a crew in a steep drainage.
White was carried out of the canyon but seemed incoherent and an ambulance was dispatched to the area.

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