Nick Sands, who Julian Sands’ brothertold a UK publication that he knew “in my heart that he was gone” as California authorities continued to search for the actor.
Julian Sands was first reported missing from the Mt. Baldy in California on January 13.
Authorities announced late Tuesday (AEDT Wednesday) that although they had found another missing hiker, there was still no trace of Sands.
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“The Sheriff’s Department is wrapping up the second week of the search for the missing climber, Julian Sands. Multiple ground and air search efforts have taken place,” according to a press release from the Sheriff’s Department. -San Bernardino County Investigator.
“As of this moment, Mr. Sands has not been found and no evidence of his current location has been discovered.”
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The other climber, Jin Chung, 75, of Los Angeles, who was last seen on Sunday, was found “suffering from several weather-related injuries and a leg injury but was able to walk.” out with the support of medical staff”. sailor.”
“He was transferred to a local hospital for treatment,” the press release read. “No further information is currently available.”
Authorities say they are continuing to search for Sands, 65, best known for his role in Room with View, The field of deathand Fear of spiders.
His brother spoke to the UK Craven Herald & Pioneer about his fear of the disappearance of his siblings.
“He’s still not been declared missing, presumed dead, but in my heart I know he’s gone,” Nick Sands said.
“Whatever the brotherhood is, it’s like him walking out there and proving me wrong.”
Elder Sands also talked about his brother’s hobby of hiking.
“When in LA, the Mt Baldy Mountains were his favorite spot, he would go there as often as he could,” Sands said.
“Julian likes to say ‘I’ve never had a vacation but I do take a break sometimes’ – now he’s resting in a place he’s really pleased with.”
Authorities warned in their statement, “Many hikers, experienced or novice, underestimate the steep terrain, unpredictable weather, and high winds seen in the mountainous regions of the country. us” and advised “hikers to avoid dangerous mountain areas, such as Mt. Baldy, at this time.”
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