自从五月失踪以来，搜救人员一直在寻找罗斯堡居民哈里伯利 7 after a camping trip in the Twin Lakes area.
On Sunday afternoon, a team found him after calling his name near where they’d found a shelter he’d built for himself days earlier, an announcement from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said.
“He was found to be walking and complaining of minor pain, but was in stable condition,” 声明说.
Rescuers used a helicopter to take Burleigh out of the area and to a hospital, 公告说.
His wife Stacy Burleigh called it “the best of news” 在一个 Facebook group called Roseburg Tracker that outlined the progress of the search for her husband.
“I spoke to him on the phone and he is coherent and emotional,” Stacy Burleigh wrote in the post. “I will be with him soon.”
The sheriff’s office listed 18 agencies that helped in the search efforts.
Some search teams reportedly came from hours away.
“This was the outcome we all have been looking for in this case,” 中士. Brad O’Dell said in a statement on Saturday.
“It is because of our determined Search and Rescue Teams and the partnerships we have with other SAR teams from around the state, that Mr. Burleigh has been re-united with his 家庭 this evening.”
Burleigh was originally supposed to be home May 6 and his wife reported him missing the next day.
在5月 8, Burleigh’s car was found near a trail and the sheriff’s office concluded at the time he had attempted to walk into the lakes to fish before going home.
在5月 16, searchers found a makeshift shelter and a tackle box but weren’t able to track down Burleigh.