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NY: Police search for hunter missing in Lewis County

October 11, 2010

Police search for hunter missing in Lewis County

CROGHAN - Police were searching late Sunday for a 67-year-old hunter who separated from his hunting party.

He apparently went missing after having a diabetic attack, rescuers said.

Police did not release the missing man's name, but said at a search command post here Sunday night that his all-terrain vehicle and shoes had been found. Hypothermia is a concern because the man likely is barefoot and the ground is wet, said rescuers, who were following tracks from the ATV.

Rescuers were combing the woods from Cotton Road to Texas Road after 9 p.m. Sunday.

More than 10 cars, presumably of volunteer searchers, were parked at the command post. Police did not release additional information.

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