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Documentary starring Haywood SAR Team now online

An image from the ‘Safe and Found’  documentary shows the Haywood County Search and Rescue Team in action. Jester Wallis Productions photo An image from the ‘Safe and Found’ documentary shows the Haywood County Search and Rescue Team in action. Jester Wallis Productions photo

“Safe and Found,” a documentary featuring the Haywood County Search and Rescue Team, is now available to stream online after its premiere Jan. 20 in Clyde. 

The film, produced by Jester Wallis Productions, shows what it’s like to serve on this all-volunteer team in the most remote areas of Western North Carolina, shares how to stay safe while hiking and features accounts from people the team has rescued and from a daughter who lost her mother to a hiking accident.

Watch the film at safe-and-found.com. Support the Haywood County SAR Team by donating to its partner nonprofit, the WNC Wilderness Safety Fund, at wncwildernesssafety.org.

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