A Louisiana man who had been was missing since Sunday in Rocky Mountain National Park has been found alive.
Park officials say 48-year-old Terry Harlon of Shreveport, Louisiana was spotted this afternoon by a helicopter about six miles from a trail head.
Ground crews reached him later and are bringing him out to a road.
Park officials say Harlon had been on vacation and last spoke to his wife by telephone on May 24. He used an automatic teller machine in the Grand Lake area the next day.
Harlon was scheduled to fly to Dallas on Sunday but never arrived.
About 50 people, four dog teams and a helicopter were involved in the search.
Rangers found his rental car at a trail head on the park's west side late yesterday. His day pack and camera were not in the car, officials said.
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