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Washington Man, Joshua Guerrier, Still Missing Weeks After Hiking on a Trail with His Dog.


The curious case of a missing Washington man has taken an even more curious turn.


A woman, who was part of a search party, canvassing remote Washington state trails had to be rescued after she went missing as well. Reports have confirmed that the woman went missing on Memorial Day after she became stranded attempting to cross the Duckabush River.


The woman, whose name hasn’t been released, was taken to Jefferson Healthcare hospital in Port Townsend on Wednesday after she suffered a leg injury and hypothermia while attempting to cross the river. The woman and another individual went looking for Joshua Guerrier, the hiker who remains missing, and were overwhelmed by the currents and temperatures of the river, Brinnon Fire Department Chief Tim Manly said.


The woman got herself out of the river but needed to be rescued due to her injuries, Manly said.


Guerrier set off hiking with his dog on May 29th but never returned home. Later that afternoon Guerrier’s personal belongings, including clothing, a cell phone, and a dog, were found but there was no sight of him. Authorities have speculated that Guerrier, 28, removed his clothing and went into the water but was carried away by the fast moving rapids.


A friend of Guerrier's mother has organized a GoFundMe Campaign for their family to help assist them with their needs as they continue to search for her son.


Guerrier is described as a Black male, 6 foot and 2 inches tall and weighing 220 pounds.


If you have information, please contact Sgt. Brett Anglin at banglin@co.jefferson.wa.us or call 360-344-9762.


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