Jason Schram Gretna – Hundreds Search for Missing Sarpy County man Update

Jason Schram Gretna – Sunday evening marks 48 hours since 45-year-old Jason Schram of Gretna disappeared.

The Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office tells 6 News the dad of three was associated with a property harm mishap not long before 10 o’clock Friday night. They say Schram was headed eastward on Capehart Road, entered the crossing point at Highway 6 and crashed into a Sarpy County snow furrow.

“The driver of the vehicle got out and ran east on Capehart street after the mishap and afterward traveled south into a field,” says Captain Monte Daganaar, who assisted lead the order with focusing for Sunday’s hunt at the new Gretna fire station close to the convergence of Highway 6 and Capehart Rd.

Daganaar says the office later distinguished the driver of the vehicle as Schram, and says his telephone showed no friendly call movement following the mishap. The driver of the snowplow was healthy.

Representatives followed Schram’s tracks in the snow however long they could.

“It was truly basically blizzarding around then and with the breezes, the breezes were exceptionally high and it was snowing really hard. They could follow the tracks a specific distance prior to everything vanished,” he says.

The pursuit Friday night went on until 3a.m., and restarted Saturday morning.

Sunday, in excess of 100 volunteers came to help neighborhood specialists, scanning trenches and fields for any indication of Schram.

“Our large concern is, Friday night, the breeze and snow and temperatures. It would be truly difficult for somebody to get by out there extremely long,” Daganaar says. “At first we were attempting to do however much we could as quick as possible to find the individual, we were trusting that perhaps he discovered some safe house some place or someone has given him a ride, that he’s OK. Yet, now, the temperatures that evening, it very well may be really crushing so we simply need to know here he’s at.”

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