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...Herdman had been setting up camp with fellow firefighter...when the two ran after Herdman's dog Duke and then became separated...
...Herdman was hiking...with fellow firefighter...at Tar Creek Trail. The two men had set up camp along the Sespe Creek when Herdman's dog, Duke, ran away...
originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: WanDash
...Some of what I was questioning. What are the actual facts. I think we have people reading others reports and creating theirs versus research and asking questions.
Byars was dehydrated and appeared disoriented when fishermen found him on Sunday, Sgt. Kevin Donohue with Ventura County Sheriff’s Office said.
Search-and-rescue personnel began looking for Herdman, a member of the Arcadia Fire Department, Monday morning.
Herdman’s backpack and footprints were found on Monday, and his dog Duke was spotted multiple times on Wednesday and Thursday but never captured.
MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, Wash. — The search for a prominent outdoors writer on Mount Rainier was suspended Saturday when a female's body was recovered, but the remains weren't immediately identified, officials said.
Mount Rainier National Park spokeswoman Patti Wold said that the body was recovered about 3 p.m. PDT in the area where teams had been searching for 70-year-old Karen Sykes.
She said that the body of a "deceased female" was found off the trail near Boundary Creek in rough, steep terrain — an area difficult to access and not commonly traveled.
There was no immediate word on the cause of death, and Wold said the medical examiner would determine the person's identity.