JEMEZ SPRINGS, N.M. (AP) — A search resumed Wednesday in northern New Mexico's Santa Fe National Forest for a firefighter missing since Friday.
Engine crew Capt. Token Adams vanished while checking on a report of smoke east of Jemez (HAY'-muhs) Springs, where he lives with his wife and young son.
Adams, who was on an ATV, failed to return to a pre-arranged meeting point with two other firefighters.
No details are immediately available on the scope of Wednesday's search. On Tuesday, hundreds fanned out looking for Adams.
Spokesman John Helmich (hehl-MIHK') says a regional incident management team assumed command of the search Wednesday morning.
The search is being conducted in an area with mesas, canyons and steep cliffs as well as heavy timber.
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