SAR Staff, Hasty Team, SVU, and WCSAR responded to the Golden Eagle Park area to search for three subjects that were in a side x side that got stuck in water, then quit running. Using phone coordinates, teams were able to locate the subjects (one of which had been given a ride to the staging area by a passing ATVer), and safely deliver them back to staging where they were checked by REMSA personnel.
SAR Staff, Hasty Team, SVU, and WCSAR began responding to the Sheeps Flat area on a report of a snowmobiler with a shoulder injury, approximately 2.5 miles from staging. As teams were arriving, the subject arrived at the staging location on his own, and was transported by ambulance.
SAR Staff, Hasty Team, SVU, and WCSAR began responding to the Verdi entrance to Dog Valley to assist Sierra County in locating two subjects that were stuck in snow on the Henness Pass Road. As teams were arriving in the area, a Deputy located the subjects and transported them down to staging.
SAR Staff, Hasty Team, SVU, and WCSAR responded to the Black Rock Desert to search for two subjects that were stuck in a wet area of the Black Rock Desert, in the vicinity of the Quinn River – south of Black Rock Point. ATV’s were able to travel across the playa, but 4×4 searchers were forced to take an alternate route to get to Double Hot Springs. An ATV team located the subjects approximately eleven miles southeast of Double Hot Springs. They were able to extricate the vehicle from the mud, and escort the subjects to the 4×4 teams at Double Hot. Everyone returned to the staging at the 12 mile entrance to the Black Rock, taking various routes due to damp playa conditions.
SAR Staff, Hasty Team, RAVEN, SVU, and WCSAR began responding to the area of Spanish Springs HS on Eagle Canyon to search for a possible lost 61yo subject. As search teams were arriving in the area, RAVEN located the subject, and vectored patrol deputies to the location near the high school. Medical was requested for a possible fall that the subject had experienced.