August 12, 2010
Craig Horlacher, 57, of Denver was found Thursday morning by Routt County Search and Rescue in extreme northern Routt County. Horlacher reportedly headed out to fish off Routt County Road 129 and Forest Service Road 497 either Friday or Saturday and had not been seen since.
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Angler Craig Horlacher now in fair condition at Denver hospital
Craig Horlacher, the 57-year-old angler from the Denver area who was rescued in North Routt County on Thursday, suffered from a broken leg during the nearly six days rescuers suspect he was stranded in the backcountry.
Craig Horlacher, the 57-year-old angler from the Denver area who was rescued in North Routt County on Thursday, remained at St. Anthony Central Hospital in Denver in serious condition, hospital staff confirmed Friday.
Denver geologist listed in critical condition in Denver hospital
A 57-year-old Denver man apparently stranded in the North Routt County wilderness for more than five days was found alive Thursday morning, partially submerged in a creek where he had been fishing. The man was conscious and breathing but disoriented when searchers found him.