Search and Rescue
Date: 4/17/2009 Album ID: 733506
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

Peggy Peirson of Mary's Peak Search and Rescue gives a volunteer the good news: Maureen Flynn is alive, alert, and conscious.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

After spending the night searching for the missing woman, Georgia, of Yamhill County Search and Rescue K9 Special Team is ready for her owner, Rory Read, to throw a ball for her.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-TimesCPD Lt. Dave Henslee and Capt. Dan Hendrickson stop by to congratulate Peggy Peirson and Mary King on the successful rescue.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

Mary King checks in with Todd Shechter and Jim King, the first-response medics who tended to Maureen Flynn.  She'd been through a lot, said Shechter.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

It's all smiles at the communications vehicle as volunteers get the good news.  Front are Yamhill County K9 Special Teams volunteers Michelle Schireman and Tracy Wessel, behind them are Jim Dagata, Peggy Peirson, and Mary King of Mary's Peak Search and Rescue.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-TimesMichelle Schireman of Yamhill County's K9 Special Teams plays with Rogue, her trail scent search dog, before heading back to Portland.  Some of the five dogs brought to the site covered 20 miles of hills in the search effort.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

Don Reid and Dan Kearl of Mary's River Search and Rescue pinpoint the spot where Maureen Flynn was found, about 20 hours after she was reported missing.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

Benton County Sheriff's Deputies Brent Iverson and Justin Bowers ride their ATVs back to the transport vehicle after reporting in at the command post about finding the missing woman.  We're just doing our job, said Iverson.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-TimesCPD Capt. Dan Hendrickson, center, thanks Rory Read of K9 Special Teams and his search dog Georgia as volunteers Karen Henschel and Patty Post ride their horses out of the forest, followed by the Benton County Sheriff's vehicle containing ATVs at the Oak Creek trailhead of McDonald Forest.  Surrounding them are Emergency Service Volunteers Kathleen Brindly, Tom Edwards, and Jon Sears.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

Betsy Reid shows off the communication equipment that helps the unit keep track of volunteers and conditions during the search.
Scobel Wiggins | Gazette-Times

Members of Mary's Peak Search and Rescue relax and congratulate each other when Maureen Flynn was found after spending a night in McDonald Forest.  From left are Todd Shechter, Peggy Peirson, and Dan Kearl.  This is the outcome you hope for, said Peirson.
Andy Cripe | Gazette-Times

Motorcycles, ATVs and horses were used in the search for Maureen Flynn Thursday morning in the McDonald-Dunn Forest.
Andy Cripe | Gazette-Times

Deputies unload ATVs Thursday morning at the command post on Oak Creek Drive.
Andy Cripe | Gazette-Times

Deputies used ATVs Thursday morning as they searched for Maureen Flynn.
Andy Cripe | Gazette-Times

Benton County Sheriffs Mounted Posse members Lacey Duncan, left, and Gary Dahlquist search for Maureen Flynn Thursday morning in the McDonald -Dunn Forest.
Andy Cripe | Gazette-Times

Benton County Sheriffs Mounted Posse members Lacey Duncan, left, and Gary Dahlquist search for Maureen Flynn Thursday morning in the McDonald -Dunn Forest.
Andy Cripe | Gazette-Times

Deputies  enter the McDonald-Dunn Forest from Oak Creek Drive Thursday morning as they search for Maureen Flynn.
Andy Cripe | Gazette-Times

Benton County Sherriffs Mounted Posse member Lacey Duncan exits McDonald-Dunn Forest at Oak Creek Drive Thursday morning after a 2 and a half hour search for Maureen Flynn. Duncan and her riding partner Gary Dahlquist planned to rest their mounts Midnight and Buddy for a half hour before continuing the search.