The man is an experienced mushroom picker but was not equipped to be outside for more than a few hours. The man was wearing street clothes and had a small amount of food with him.
The weather on Saturday and Sunday was heavy rain and winds. Monday and Tuesday had light rain. The temperatures have reached the 40’s, in that area, over the past few days.
Updates will be provided as information become available.
OLYMPIA, Wash. – Engineers from Olympic National Forest will conduct bridge inspections this week through September 12. By law, bridge inspections are required every two years to ensure that the bridges within Olympic National Forest are compliant with National Bridge Inspection Standards. These safety checks are expected to cause delays of up to 60 minutes.
An Under Bridge Inspection Truck will be used to complete the inspections. This specialized piece of equipment has a very long arm that extends under the bridge from the bridge deck. The inspection truck blocks access entirely while the inspection is in progress. The following bridges will be inspected:
- Lower Canyon River Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2368
- Humptulips Gorge Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2204
- Middle Matheny Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2160080
- South Fork Calawah Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2932000
- Sitkum Gorge Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2900070
- South Fork Soleduck Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2918000
- Dungeness Forks Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2880000
- Church Creek Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2361000
- South Fork Skokomish Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2353000
- Skokomish Gorge Bridge, also known as the High Steel Bridge, on Forest Service Road 2340000