By Josh Shepherd, News writer
It took about 40 minutes for Harrison County Search and Rescue (SAR) volunteers to locate their “lost hunter” during a mock training session in a remote section of the county recently.
Out on Palmer Lane, just off of Mouth of Cedar Road in a remote northeastern section of the county, the SAR Team held one of its regular training sessions.
According to Re’Jeana Craft, team liaison, and James McCarty, SAR chief, the team organizes a variety of different training sessions regularly for its team members.
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