Of all of the loose ends left by Jurassic World, the biggest question I am left with is what happens to Barry? One of the raptors is trying to get him while he takes cover in a log, and Chris Pratt's Owen catches the raptor's attention, and leads them away. To my recollection, Barry is not seen again during the movie.
I watched the film again last night, and you do in fact see Barry one more time, in the Costa Rican first aid camp, for just a little less than 2 seconds, and he said something to someone off screen. I could not make out what he said, was about 2 words or so. I guess maybe we might see something in a sequel or an interview or something, but my guess is that it will just be assumed that he
- somehow knew he was safe from the other three raptors (not having seen one hit with a rocket) and the Indominus Rex,
- jogged the substantial distance back to the raptor paddock through the unfamiliar woods in total darkness,
- found an operational vehicle and drove to the main compound,
- and flew out on the last available evacuation vehicle, the helicopter that Lowery called in.
I am dissatisfied with this, but that's the fault of the movie, and I doubt it'll ever be covered in any more detail.
Usually, these are always the scenes that get the snip during the edited process.
I can think one example off the top of my head: In Watchmen, there is quite a significant character 'Hollis Mason' who plays the original 'Nite Owl'. In the cinema version, he is never heard from again after a scene with Daniel (new Nite Owl). However, in the directors cut, there is quite a chunky and gruesome death scene that was cut out of the final film. Why? Time restraints maybe?
I think the answer to your question is: The scene was shot but likely to have been cut out, as although Barry had quite a bit of screen time, he isn't a significant character. (Much like Hollis Mason)