Sleepwalking camper falls off cliff in Kentucky
SLADE, Ky. — Rescue crews say an Ohio man who was camping with friends in central Kentucky’s Red River Gorge is recovering after falling from a cliff while sleepwalking.
Powell County Emergency Management told WKYT-TV that the group had set up camp near Grey’s Arch Trail. The man’s friends called for help after realizing that he was missing in the middle of the night.
Wolfe County rope technician John May told the station the Cincinnati man, whose name wasn’t released, fell about 60 feet early Thursday and landed in an area with several large boulders.
He called it a “miracle” that the man survived. May said the camper suffered a head injury, a dislocated shoulder and a fractured leg, but he’s expected to make a full recovery.
Police: Man broke into bar, took nap in kitchen
MOUNT JEWETT, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police say a man broke into a northwestern Pennsylvania bar, where he was found napping on a table.
The Bradford Era reported 35-year-old William Duffy, of Bradford, was facing a preliminary hearing on criminal trespass and public drunkenness charges.
He was arraigned last week, about four hours after he was found inside the Mountain Inn Bar in Mount Jewett, about 110 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Police say the bar owner called to report someone loitering near the business. By the time police arrived shortly after 4 a.m., they found that Duffy had broken into the bar through a window and was napping on a table in the kitchen.