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Public SafetyNBC Los Angeles

San Bernardino Mountains Missing Hiker Found Safe

Search-and-rescue teams have found the missing 64-year-old hiker who went missing near the summit of the San Gorgonio Mountain on Sunday. Peggy Faulk, who was last seen around 1 p.m. on June 13 by another hiker at the summit of San Gorgonio, survived three days and two nights alone on the mountain.
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