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Horsemen found safe and sound

A group of horseback riders have returned safely from the Uinta Mountains east of Kamas, Summit County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Josh Wall said.

Somebody reported the group missing Tuesday at about 8:30 a.m., Wall said. The caller said the group was slated to return home Monday. They were believed to be camping in Duchesne County.

"It sounds like they are out and everything is OK," Wall said Wednesday afternoon. The group was prepared with camping gear to stay overnight. The horseback riders reportedly entered the forest near the Highline Trail and camped near Rainbow Lake.


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