Some of you Outsiders who watch “Gold Rush” on a regular basis might be wondering where in the world Karla is these days.
Karla is Karla Ann Charlton. Well, let’s see if we can get an answer to that observation.
According to an article from Distractify, she does not have any projects related to “Gold Rush” listed in the future. The answer is she’s still on the show as far as we know.
Season 12 started up on the Discovery Channel but Karla Ann Charlton was pretty absent. There has been no notice from her or the show about a departure.
‘Gold Rush’ Prospector Has Been Seen On Spin-Offs From Main Show At Times
One thing to note is that she has been on some of the “Gold Rush” spin-off programs.
It’s possible that Charlton could show up on the Todd Hoffman spin-off, “Hoffman Family Gold.”
The last time fans saw Charlton was on the show’s Season 11 finale.
Outsiders, this falls along the lines of “stay tuned” to see what happens with Karla Ann Charlton and the show.
“Gold Rush” new episodes for Season 12 can be seen on Discovery on Fridays at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central.
Big Crash Leaves Veteran Gold Mine Captain Ness A Bit Shaken Up
Accidents will happen when mining for gold.
Don’t think so? Well, let’s take a look at what happens to “Gold Rush” veteran captain Rick Ness and his team.
Ness does his part to keep things safe for his team and himself.
But there was a recent accident that happened while out seeking the shiny stuff.
He and his crew were working hard on a site out from Klondike. A major event rattles Ness when a new driver crashes a very expensive rock truck.
Those watching “Gold Rush” are gold that a skeleton crew is working at the site.
The accident proved to be a scary sight for Ness as well as viewers of the show.
Ness was extremely ticked. The voiceover narrator for the show said the driver could’ve drowned if it went further in the water.
No one was injured and the “Gold Rush” crew saved the truck.
Fred Lewis Finds Himself In The MIddle Of An Accident With His Excavator
Would you believe another accident affected another team?
This time, it’s Fred Lewis who has his team working 24-hour shifts. They are working hard to finish roads and attend to berms. Those help keep vehicles from sliding off the road.
Getting that gravel to work takes time. Lewis was using a 28-ton excavator to help do the work. But the machine fell 60 feet with Lewis in it.
Thankfully, the driver was not hurt and the excavator didn’t suffer too much damage.