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FL: Missing hunter found

November 20, 2009

Sister talks about North Fort Myers hunter found today

Tonia Driscoll, 33, spoke about her brother.

She said her brother, Jamey Mosch, will talk about his surviving in the
Everglades for four days.

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A team of five emergency responders and searchers waded through waist- and
thigh-deep water for four-hours today to find missing hunter Jamey Mosch.

"It was not fun until we found him," said Lt. Harold J. Minch, head of
Collier County's emergency response team. "Then it was fun."

The team had been calling out to him for about three hours when they heard
him answer back. They shouted out "Jamey?" and yelled back, "Help."

Mosch was about three-quarters of a mile away from his campsite, and about
the same distance away from Interstate 75.

"He thought it was Tuesday," Minch said.

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