Thursday, April 18, 2013

Search For Hunter Not Needed
Search crews were organized on Monday afternoon in Scott County, Virginia to look for a hunter reported missing in Cliff Mountain, but they turned out not to be needed. Police say the call came from members of the man’s hunting party. The caller told them that a friend they had dropped off in the woods to turkey hunt did not meet the rest of the party at their check-in point. After several hours passed the men called law enforcement who mobilized a crew of search and rescue members that included K-9 units and a helicopter from the Virginia State Police. The search ended before they were able to get started…the man contacted one of the hunting party to say he was at home. It seems the man did get lost and hiked the woods several hours before he found his truck…assuming his friends had already left, the man drove home. Authorities commended the men on their actions to find their lost friend. (CC)

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