Authorities search for hunter who got lost in Ohio
Written by Associated Press   
Monday, 30 September 2013 08:05

COSHOCTON, Ohio (AP) — Sheriff's deputies and other investigators are resuming a search for a hunter who reportedly got lost in the woods during a weekend trip to Coshocton County in east-central Ohio.

WBNS-TV ( ) in Columbus reports that the man had been hunting with his brother-in-law but stayed behind and got lost in the darkness after his brother-in-law stopped hunting on Sunday night. He contacted deputies from his cellphone, which later died and became unreachable.

Deputies say the missing man and his brother-in-law had traveled to Coshocton from the Cleveland area.


Information from: WBNS-TV,

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