The body of one of four hunters who has been missing along with two Mahopac brothers following an SUV crash in the wilds of Idaho has been found, according to multiple sources.
Reese Rollins, 21, of Terrebonne, Oregon, was found by Forest Service employees about 45 miles from where the crash happened along the Selway River, his stepsister Taylie Hammack initially posted on the "Finding Reece Rollins" Facebook page, reported the Idaho Statesman .
The men, including Mahopac High School graduates Raymond Ferrieri, 24, and his 21-year-old brother, Jesse, went missing May 21 when the SUV they were riding in overturned in the Selway River which is located in the backwoods of Idaho.
Two of the men were able to escape uninjured and returned to a hunting camp for help. They have since returned to their home in Georgia, said Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings.
The families of the missing, along with local connections, have been searching the river for the men since the incident. Some of the methods used included helicopters, ATV's, special dogs, divers and ground teams. None of the men were located inside the SUV.
Rollins' family told the Statesman they intend to continue searching for the other three men.
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