UPDATE: Wardens Locate & Rescue Missing Maine Man on Logging Road
In an update to an earlier story, the Maine Warden Service was successfully able to locate and rescue a 66-year-old man from Merrill, Maine. Bryce Clark, who had last been heard from Tuesday morning, was found dehydrated and disoriented on an old, discontinued logging road in Oakfield, Maine.
According to WABI TV 5, after locating his truck, wardens were then able to track him about half a mile through the mud. Reports indicate that Clark is in stable condition at a nearby hospital. We will keep the story updated if more information becomes available.
The original story follows:
According to WABI TV 5, the Maine Warden Service is currently looking for a missing Maine man last seen Monday in the small northern Maine town of Oakfield.
Bryce Clark, 66 of Merrill Maine, was last heard from on Tuesday morning when he said that his vehicle had broken down in Oakfield. It is believed that Clark's cell phone is no longer in service.
Anyone who has any information regarding Bryce Clark, or who may have seen his 2007 red Ford Explorer is asked to contact Maine Public Safety office at 207-534-5400. You can also call 1-800-924-2261.
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