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Gov't moves to ban drones in 400 national parks
originally posted by: BO XIAN
a reply to: randyvs
Great thread. Thx.
Where's the pic of his dog?
I get an error msg on the CBS etc. videos saying I need to install new flash player but it IS installed. Sigh.
Do you have a gut impression of what happened to him?
Did they find the dog again yet?
Has David Paulides been involved yet?
6/17-A firefighter goes missing in a creekbed where he lost his dog. His friend searches and cannot locate him. This doesn't sound good.www.pasadenastarnews.com...
Mike Herdman, 36, a seven-year veteran of the fire department, and a fellow off-duty Arcadia firefighter paramedic, Taylor Byars, 27, a six-year veteran, went on a weekend hike in the Los Padres National Forest in Fillmore when the two were separated, Ventura County Sheriff’s Captain Luis Obregon said. “They had planned a hike for a couple days starting in the Dough Flat area into Tar Creek trail head,” Obregon said. The duo had a dog with them that got loose and Herdman began chasing it into the creek bed, he said. “(Byars) went after him and couldn’t find him.” “(Byars) searched for him and finally made his way back out to seek help,” Arcadia Fire Department Spokeswoman Beth Stogner said. Byars reported Herdman and the dog missing when he found his way back around 8:40 p.m. Sunday. The sheriff’s department immediately deployed an air crew to search for him, Obregon said. A 20-person search consisting of Search and Rescue, horses and deputies continued into Monday. Stogner said Arcadia Fire Department’s deputy fire chief, fire captain and a number of firefighters were in Fillmore participating in the search. “We will probably have people at the scene all night,” Obregon said. “The rescue will start again in the morning.” Foul play is not suspected, Obregon said.
originally posted by: VoidHawk
a reply to: randyvs
An interesting thread.
Do you, or anyone else know the exact location of the camp? Be interesting if we could take a look via google maps!
As I mentioned earlier, the dog is key to this case.
I'd like to know why the dog ran off again. Did it appear to be frightened of people?
If so that would indicate it may have witnessed people fighting!
Was it afraid of the guy who was with the missing person?! Was he present when the dog was seen?
My own experience of dogs tells me the dog would seek humans when afraid, unless humans were the cause of it being afraid!