Sunday morning Daniel Rose, a runner from Orangevale (near Sacramento) set out on a 22 mile training run on the Western States trail. After taking a wrong turn and losing his way, he spent 25 hours, and approximately 50 miles, out on the trails. Initial reports stated that he was training for the Western States Endurance run, but todays artical in the Sac Bee indicated that he was training to pace another runner. Either way, he spent a chilly night in the Sierra foothills in a t-shirt and running shorts! Fortunately he emerged relatively unscathed, but it's a good reminder for those of us known to take a wrong turn here and there.
You can read the complete story here.
This is Monday's news segment from KCRA: