Andrew Devers Wiki – Andrew Devers Bio
Andrew Devers is a hiker, who has been found alive after surviving for eight days in the wilderness.
Devers disappeared on Friday, June 18, near a hiking trail in North Bend, Washington, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office.
He is 25-year-old.
Devers disappeared on Friday, June 18, near North Bend’s Middle Fork Campground, according to the sheriff’s office. Search and rescue crews have been looking for Devers for the last week.
Search and rescue crews had suspended their search for Devers a couple of days ago.
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“We’re obviously very glad that he was found. Certainly the favorable weather this week helped,” said Meyer.
The 25-year-old reportedly survived on berries and river water until he was eventually found by a trail runner.
King County Sheriff officers, along with trained search and rescue volunteers, had been combing the area around North Bend’s Middle Fork Campground in search of Devers last week.
KCSO is pleased to share that Andrew Devers, after 8 days, was found this morning by a trail runner near North Bend's Middle Fork Trailhead. He survived on berries and river water. He was transported by medics for evaluation. We offer our thanks to all regional SAR volunteers. pic.twitter.com/NSu57XQ3iS
— King County Sheriff's Office PIO (@kingcosoPIO) June 27, 2021
A woman, who claimed to be Dever’s girlfriend, made a public plea on the Missing People in Washington State Facebook page on June 23.
“My boyfriend has been missing since Friday, June 18,” Krysteena Mann wrote. “He went on a hike in Middle Fork Trail. Near Twin Falls in the Snoqualmie National Forest,” she added before providing a physical description of Devers.
The hiker was found on Sunday morning and taken to hospital for evaluation, sheriff officials confirmed later that day.
“We’re obviously very glad that he was found. Certainly the favorable weather this week helped,” King County sheriff’s spokesperson Sgt. Tim Meyer told The Seattle Times.