November 9, 2014

From Host.Madison.com

A hunter who was separated from his hunting partners for more than seven hours was found safely in the Township of Sumpter Saturday evening, according to a Sauk County Sheriff’s Office report.

Three men were hunting in Baraboo when one of the men stopped to rest and was separated from the other two shortly after 3:30 p.m.

The other two hunters returned to their vehicle and were unable to locate the third man, and called police for help. After a search party was sent out, a Sauk County Deputy located the man near Baxter’s Hollow in the Township of Sumpter. The man was cold and had a minor leg injury, but refused medical treatment, according to the report.

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