10:20 PM - Thirty-four-year-old Kenneth Rush was found by a member of the Arnoldsburg VFD in the backwoods of Crummies Creek, close to the Bear Fork Wilderness.

Chief Deputy Ron Bandy said Rush was being brought off Rush Mountain to the main Crummies Creek Rd. on a 4x4 to be checked out by Calhoun EMS. Firemen who found him said he appeared to be o.k.

Firemen, the State Police and the Calhoun Sheriff's Department responded to a call to search for the missing man, with several individuals entering the woods on ATVs.

Rush had been missing from his residence on Meadow Run shortly after noon Wednesday, walking toward his parents house, altough he may have been given a lift by drivers on Rt. 16.

Rush is the son of Shirley and Ora Rush of Rush Mountain.

Ora Rush said her son was in a car accident in 1990, suffering serious impairments.

"This is a good ending," said Deputy Bandy. "Thanks to the help of lots of people."

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