He warned the wind
A California man climbs on a huge fan at a vineyard. He remained stranded for two days until authorities found him there with a handful of methamphetamine, according to police.
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said the 38-year-old was found by a deputy answering phone call about a suspicious car parked near the Santa Rosa winery.
After seeing a hat on a piece of farming equipment The lieutenant looked inside and found the man buried inside.
When asked why he decided to enter the chimney in the vineyard, the man “stated that he enjoyed photographing the engines of old farming equipment,” the statement said.
But officials noted that the farm equipment was not antique and that the man “had more methamphetamine than camera equipment”;.
“The motive for climbing into the fan shaft remains a mystery,” the sheriff’s office said.
The man required medical attention. but expected to recover He will be charged with trespassing and possession of drugs as well as violations in a probation case.
“Luckily this guy the citizen called to report his car. Otherwise, this story will end with even more tragic consequences.”
“He should make a full recovery and hopefully be smarter for the experience.”
Vineyard fans are used to circulate air through the vines to prevent the grapes from freezing during the colder months.
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