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GA: Rescued Hunter Recounts Time Spent Lost in Woods

October 14, 2012

From Oconee.Patch.com

Don Truluck, the 72-year-old Watkinsville hunter who was rescued last Sunday from the woods of Oglethorpe County, was first spotted by his twin brother, the Athens Banner-Herald reports.
 
Truluck got lost near a deer camp on Oct. 3. He told the newspaper he became disoriented and then dehydrated because of the heat.
 
Truluck's four days in the wilderness were followed by four days at Athens Regional Medical Center where he was treated for dehydration and insect bites, the newspaper reports.

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