Vt. man found hours after missing from farmThe Associated Press | September 13,2013BENSON - A Vermont man has been found after he went missing for nearly 10 hours from the family farm in Benson.
Family members reported 72-year-old Neal Bartholomew had been missing since about 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Members of the Vermont State Police, Fish and Wildlife Department, and volunteers from fire departments in Benson, West Haven, Fair Haven and Orwell searched for Bartholomew.
He was found a little after 4 a.m. Friday in a wooded area off of East Road and was taken to Rutland Regional Medical Center as a precaution. It wasn't immediately known how he became lost.MORE IN This Just In
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