Hunter found alive after western Colorado search |

Hunter found alive after western Colorado search

The Associated Press
Aspen, CO Colorado

NEW CASTLE, Colo. – A 65-year-old hunter has been found alive in western Colorado.

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department announced the discovery on Monday. No details about his condition have been released.

The man was last seen early Saturday.

Authorities say he’s from the Silt-New Castle area but they haven’t released his name.

The sheriff’s department, the state Division of Parks and Wildlife and seven search-and-rescue teams were involved in the effort. A Colorado Army National Guard helicopter also assisted.

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