SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - A Sullivan County man has been located and is safe after he was reported missing.
Police told News 10 James Hand got into a disagreement with his family and took his canoe onto the Wabash River on Sunday.
He reportedly started heading south on the river, taking off in Hutsonville, Illinois.
Hand set up a campsite just north of Russellville, Illinois for the night.
When he woke up around 3:00 a.m. Monday, the river levels were too high and he tried to leave the area on foot.
Police told News 10 he was found in Oaktown, Indiana.
Crawford County Sheriff William Rutan says "At the end of it I feel really well. Just because everybody's efforts weren't wasted. You know he was found and in good shape."