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Missing Hiker Found Alive In Yosemite

YOSEMITE – Missing visitor, Michael “Mic” Dahl, was found alive this morning, at approximately 11 a.m., in Yosemite National Park.

Dahl was spotted by visitors on the Yosemite Valley Loop Trail. They recognized him from the missing persons flyer.

Dahl was found approximately a quarter mile east of the Lower Yosemite Fall trail, in a large boulder field below Sunnyside Bench. He sustained multiple injuries and is being transported to a local hospital via ground ambulance.

Dahl was reported missing by a group of friends on Saturday night, March 21, after a short hike to Lower Yosemite Fall. His last known location was at the base of Lower Yosemite Fall in Yosemite Valley. Approximately 50 Search & Rescue crew members have been searching for him since the initial report was received.

The Park received assistance from, and would like to thank Madera, Tuolumne, Mariposa, and Marin County Search & Rescue and the Auburn office of the California Highway Patrol.

No further details are available at this time. We will update as the investigation reveals more.

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  1. Wow I was in Yosemite when this happened and the storm the night before probably saved his life. But I was up in the lower Yosemite falls the day he whant missing & every morning I did the valley loop & I did not see him. But Michael you have my prayers.

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