Albert Chretien Search
May 17, 2011 by staff
Albert Chretien Search, U.S. officials are admitting that probably will be a recovery mission the next time you are able to find a missing BC 59-year-old man who disappeared in the troubled journey of Nevada.
The massive effort to find Albert Chrétien concluded Monday after about 160 trained investigators and volunteers spent 10 days combing the mountains on foot, snowshoe, airplanes, horses, ATVs and dogs.
Chrétien disappeared nearly two months ago when attempting to walk to a main road for help after his truck got stuck on a road outside the track.
Seven weeks after the pair became stranded hunters found his wife, Rita, in the van, and she has returned to her hometown of Penticton, BC, where he was discharged on the weekend.
Cpl. James Carpenter with the Office of Sheriff of Elko County, Nevada, says it could be weeks before the snow melts enough in the area of?? Almost 78,000 hectares of forest to re-seekers.
The couple was headed to Las Vegas on a business trip in mid-March when the GPS device led them astray.
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