Brian Wehrle, a 40-year-old land surveyor in Atlanta and owner of a farm two hours north, disappeared from his parents house in Carrollton Sept. 23 as floodwaters rose across North Georgia. He left behind money, his cell phone, medication and an overnight bag.

By Project Q Atlanta 
| Dec 14, 2009 |
6:30 PM The partner and family of Brian Wehrle, missing since the historic September floods, canvassed Saturday in the Tennessee neighborhood where his car was found. He was last seen Sept. 23 in Carrollton.  tells the Chattanooga Times-Free Press.

Finding the car was a relief for Rolsten, according to the newspaper.

“I know that sounds strange,” he tells the paper. “But for me, what I was afraid of was that he had had an accident or driven off the road or hit some floodwater and was at the bottom of a ravine, couldn’t get out of the car or broke his back or something. And that was the thing that was just breaking my heart.” ...

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