Missing stepfather and son

Missing stepfather and son

An eight-year-old boy and his soon-to-be step-dad were supposed to come home from a camping trip Sunday night.The two people were reported missing over the weekend after they decided to extend their camping plans, without telling anyone.When they didn’t come back, family members were worried.Mesa County Search and Rescue is reminding people how to stay safe. Crews said it’s all about what campers need to do before hitting the trail.”Plan what you’re doing,” said Mark Hart, a spokesperson for Mesa County Search and Rescue. “If your plan changes have a secondary plan, so you can notify them or they know you had a plan b,” said Hart.Both people ended up returning safely, but Hart said someone should always know where you are, “even if it’s a basic hike, like Mount Garfield.””I have gotten lost,” said Richard Hyland, a Grand Junction resident, and hiker. Hyland said the first thought might not always be to call for help.
There are four basic things to think about before you take to the trails”Food, fire, water and shelter,” said Hart. Hylan said to always have a good hat, “good boots and water.

If you get in trouble, don’t wait…call 9-1-1.

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