Prattle Song Missing Hiker Found
Family and companions were thrilled and enthusiastic when search and salvage teams found Gab Song, a climber from Southern California who was accounted for missing from Mount Pinos Tuesday night.
Jabber Song was found securely and in great condition in the space of Lockwood Valley on Thursday, as indicated by the Kern County Sheriff’s Office.
The 73-year-old disappeared after going out for a climb Tuesday on Mt. Pinos in Fraizer Park.
Search groups and choppers from different regulation implementation offices, including Kern County Sheriff’s Office, scoured the Fraizer Park region beginning Wednesday morning.
Yet, eventually, it was non-military personnel in Lockwood Valley that spotted Song, alive, strolling, and in great condition.
“At the point when they said he’s alive… I recently began crying,” said Mike Song, Gab Song’s child.
After his experience, Gab Song declined to talk on camera.
Yet, he said he made due by getting fires going around evening time, and after his food ran out Wednesday, by eating snow.
Companions said he is an accomplished, in-shape climber, yet a tempest late Tuesday amazed him as it canvassed the mountains in mist and later snow.
Experienced explorers themselves, the gathering Gab Song journey with said they were appreciative to have him back.
“I recently heard that he brought protected back. What a consolation. Great to hear,” said Joong Kwon, one of Gab Song’s climbing mates.
Indeed, even the inquiry and salvage groups were dazzled at how Song took care of two days in the wild.
Yet, the significant part: He’s protected and headed home.
Chatter Song’s child Mike expressed gratitude toward search and salvage groups, alongside every individual who assisted in spreading the news about his dad in a meeting with 17 News Thursday morning.