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Missing Seattle Firefighter’s Car Found By Park Rangers

December 15, 2015


Joshua Ryan Milton, a Seattle firefighter, was called missing after he had not showed up for his shift as a paramedic student at Harborview Medical Center on Thursday. On Saturday his car was found at the Deception Pass Bridge. Searchers did not find any additional signs of the missing firefighter.


Park rangers first saw the car parked at the bridge Friday night. In the morning it was still there, so the rangers investigated and it appeared that the car belonged to the missing firefighter.


The park was searched on foot and the waters below the bridge were searched by boat. Milton is still considered to be missing but the park manager says the search group is suspicious it could be suicide.

3 Responses to “Missing Seattle Firefighter’s Car Found By Park Rangers”

  1. Mark Thomas says:

    This is not a good sign. It is hard to hear about people doing this to themselves. I pray for those involved.

  2. Thomas says:

    I sure hope they find him safe and sound. It sounds like that might not be the case. For the family and friends sake I hope they at least find his remains.

  3. Robert says:

    While I wouldn’t rule out suicide we shouldn’t just assume this is the case. What if he was abducted and they left his car just to throw police off their sent? We shouldn’t give up on the search until there is some clear evidence of what happened here.

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