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Search Continues for Missing Park Ranger at Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park staff continue their search today for a park ranger that was last seen by his co-workers at 11:00 a.m. at the Chapin Pass Trailhead off Old Fall River Road on Friday, July 29. Jeff Christensen was planning a backcountry patrol to the Lawn Lake Trailhead that evening. He did not contact park dispatch that evening and did not arrive for his shift on Saturday.An intensive search began early on Saturday morning with over 25 rangers and other park staff covering numerous trails and drainages in the Mummy Range in the northern part of Rocky Mountain National Park. A Bell 407 helicopter from Western Area Power Authority (WAPA) with Department of Energy was involved with taking searchers to key locations and searching by air. Larimer County Search and Rescue assisted yesterday as well. Another day of intensive searching has begun this morning. Over 50 people are involved today. Along with park staff are Larimer County Search and Rescue, Grand County Search and Rescue, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, Front Range Rescue Dogs and park volunteers.

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