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Date Posted: 18:56:35 07/18/12 Wed
Author: -Steve Fisk
Subject: Anyone know what happened to this guy? He parked his Xterra, went hiking and disappeared.

Boy, this hits close to home for me. I myself have parked an Xterra and then walked into the woods alone countless times.

This is from a couple of weeks ago. Anyone know how it turned out?

"Search and rescue teams are looking for a 50-year-old Tacoma hiker who didnít return from a hike in the North Bend area Friday.

Searchers found the Nissan Xterra driven by John Wright, a health inspector, in the early afternoon Saturday near the middle fork of the Snoqualmie River. They sent teams with search and rescue dogs up several trails looking for him."

http://blogs.seattletimes.com/today/2012/07/hiker-missing-near-north-bend/

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