MARION COUNTY, W.Va. (WDTV) -- UPDATE 11/28/19 @ 11:03 a.m.
Roy Sturgeon says he is feeling a lot better, according to Fairmont Regional Medical Center house supervisor Lori Fiber.
Sturgeon is thankful for everything, Fiber says.
Sturgeon went missing at 10 a.m. Wednesday. He was found by another hunter on Thursday and was taken to the hospital to be treated.
Sturgeon told Fiber he was hunting in the Mannington Woods.
UPDATE: 11/28/2019 8:03 a.m.
After being missing since 10 a.m. on Wednesday, according to 911 officials Roy Sturgeon has been found safe.
Police say Sturgeon was found by another hunter on Thursday, and has been taken to the hospital to be treated.
Marion County Police say he is doing well and expected to be okay.
UPDATE: 11/28/2019 3:40 a.m.
Marion County Sheriff's Department says Roy Sturgeon, 70, of Farmington, has been missing since 10 a.m. Wednesday - the day before Thanksgiving.
He is described as a white male, 5 foot 7 inches, 250 pounds with short black and pepper hair and a dark, tan-colored complexion.
Sturgeon was last seen driving a dark blue 2008 Chevy Colorado pickup truck with West Virginia license number DV-5963. DV indicates he is a disabled veteran.
If you have any idea of his whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Marion County Sheriff's Department immediately.
A search is underway for an overdue Marion County hunter.
Marion County Homeland Security & Emergency Management officials say, in a Facebook post, that a hunter, who is in his 70s, went missing around 10 a.m. Thanksgiving eve.
Authorities say he was last seen driving a dark blue 2008 Chevy Colorado with W.Va. license number DV-5963.
The vehicle has a purple heart on the front license plate.
If you come in contact with the vehicle, you are asked to contact the Marion County Sheriff's Department.