Overdue hunter, 68, found safe in Pittsburg
According to Region One Fish and Game Officer Christopher Egan, about 6 p.m. Saturday his department received a report of an overdue hunter in Pittsburg.
Colburn was brought to an ATV and transported out to Back Lake Road, where he declined medical treatment.
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