TAYLOR COUNTY, Ky. (WBKO) -- UPDATE 12:30AM 12/16/13
GREENSBURG, Ky. (AP) -- Authorities believe they have found the second of two duck hunters who were reported missing in central Kentucky.
A man's body was recovered from the Green River Lake on Sunday, a day after another man's body was found about 30 miles downstream. That man has been identified as 77-year-old Harold Wethington.
Information has not been released about the other man.
Authorities said family members called authorities after the men didn't return on Friday when they were supposed to. The relatives called the men experienced hunters who were familiar with the area.
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Authorities believe they have found the second of two duck hunters who were reported missing in central Kentucky.
Information has not been released about this man.
The relatives called the men experienced hunters who were familiar with the area.
Officials say one body was found 28 miles downstream from the launch point.
Harold Wethington age 77 of Liberty was pronounced dead by the coroner.
The other missing hunter has still not been located.
Taylor County Fire and Rescue are still searching on the Green River in Taylor County for two missing men.
Officials say the men got on the river Friday at the Green River Boat Ramp, seven miles south of Campbellsville off Highway 55, to duck hunt.
Emergency Management said family called 911 when the men didn't come home last night.
Officials say they found their vehicle and their boat late Friday night. Rescuers say they found the boat 14 miles downstream near the Taylor, Green County Line.