Man Found in Utah after Lost for a Weeks

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After about three weeks of being lost in the Utah desert, a 28-year-old autistic man was found emaciated.

William M. LaFever, 28, was found alongside a river weighing about 100 pounds and malnourished after missing for three weeks, CNN said.

He had survived by eating a frog, raw fish, and some roots, The Salt Lake Tribune said.

He was reluctant at being rescued at first, and told rescuers that he had been answering the call of the desert and that his trip was spiritual, The Salt Lake Tribune said.

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