Missing Kingston man found OK near Port GambleOctober 10, 2012 @ 8:33 am
KINGSTON, Wash. (AP) - A missing Kingston man has been found in good condition near Port Gamble.
Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson says 75-year-old Alfred Kenneth Engh had become tired on a hike Tuesday and hunkered down for the night. He told rescuers his hips gave out.
He was found by deputies just before 8 a.m. Wednesday on the Jefferson County side of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge after a friend reported seeing him walk across the bridge.
Wilson says Engh was checked by an aid car and his family picked him up.
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