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Injured hunter located by family, search and rescue volunteers

November 16, 2011

From NewportNewsTimes.com

Lincoln County Search and Rescue volunteers located an injured hunter in the Harlan/Burnt Woods area east of Eddyville about six hours after the man’s family reported him missing on Nov. 12.

Donald Lee Hamilton, 52, of Philomath, left his hunting camp at 1:30 that afternoon on an all-terrain vehicle in an unknown direction of travel and had not returned; friends and family searched but could not locate him in the areas where they had been hunting.

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