ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, Colo. (AP) -- Crews are dealing with wintry conditions in their search for a Texas man who is believed to have gone missing in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Park officials say no new snow fell in the search area overnight Saturday, but 9 new inches accumulated between Wednesday and Friday.
Troy Green of San Antonio had planned to attend a conference in Denver, about 65 miles southeast of the park. His wife notified Denver police when she didn't hear from him Thursday.
The 39-year-old didn't arrive at the conference as planned Friday, but Rocky Mountain National Park rangers found a vehicle that matched his rental car at the park's Bear Lake parking lot early Friday.
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