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NAPLES — Jamey Mosch, the 30-year-old hunter lost in the Big Cypress National Preserve for several days last week, is to have a press conference today at the hospital where he is getting care.
Mosch, a North Fort Myers resident and transplant from New York, is to meet with the media after 2 p.m. today.
When rescuers found him Friday morning, after he went missing Monday, he was suffering from exhaustion, dehydration and injury. He had lost his camouflage clothing, his shotgun and even his sense of time.
Searchers arrived Tuesday, establishing a perimeter that grew to roughly 1.3-miles-by-1.3-miles.
At the height of the search, between 40 and 60 deputies, paramedics, firefighters, other sworn officers and civilians combed the area. Each day brought clues — a discarded device, bootprints, a noise — that kept searchers returning each morning.
He was located Friday and taken to Physicians Regional Medical Center-Collier Boulevard, where he is to have the press conference today.
Return to naplesnews.com later this afternoon for photos, a video and a story from the press conference.