Garrett Walker Missing – College of Alabama understudy Garrett Winston James Walker, 20, was accounted for missing Sunday evening by his folks after his cell phone was situated close to the Tuscaloosa Riverwalk, as per Tuscaloosa police.
Rescuers were looking through the Black Warrior River on Monday morning for Walker. This is what we know.
When was Garrett Walker Last Seen?
As per an online media pamphlet posted by his family, the University of Alabama junior was most recently seen leaving The Gray Lady bar on Greensboro Avenue at around 1:15 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 7. The Gray Lady Bar is found around a half-mile from the Tuscaloosa Riverwalk.
Clothing Found at Black Warrior River
During the examination, Tuscaloosa cops recuperated pieces of clothing accepted to have a place with Walker both in and close to the Black Warrior River, about a half-mile from the bar where he was most recently seen.
Search Efforts Underway
Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue and Tuscaloosa Police Department search teams started looking through the space Monday morning.
The Black Warrior River
The Black Warrior River channels portions of 17 Alabama provinces. The region the stream depletes, its watershed, covers 6,276 square miles in Alabama and measures around 300 miles through and through.
Close to Tuscaloosa, the waterway streams out of the rough Cumberland Plateau and enters the sandy East Gulf Coastal Plain, shaping the boundary of the Greene and Hale regions.
In September 2020, search teams found the collection of Kirsten Jones who had been missing. Jones was one of three UA understudies who went sailing around evening time on the Black Warrior River.