Don't forget the compass

Sakariassen, Alex
May 2010
Missoula Independent;5/27/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p6
The article offers the insights of chief Chris Froines and assistant chief Ben Ehlers of Missoula County Search and Rescue (MCSAR) on the significance of cell phone coverage on the rescue operations in several incidents like the retrieval of hikers who were lost at the Mormon Peak trailhead without bringing a compass on May 16, 2010.


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