Mon. Jul 22nd, 2019

‘God led us’: Missing Kentucky toddler found alive three days after wandering from home

A Kentucky toddler was found less than a mile from his family's home after he went missing on Sunday.The boy, 22-month-old Kenneth Howard, was found dehydrated but in good health at the bottom of a 50-foot incline on Wednesday, WKYT reported.Authorities said he was in "remarkably good condition" since he had likely been lost for…
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A Kentucky toddler was found less than a mile from his family’s home after he went missing on Sunday.The boy, 22-month-old Kenneth Howard, was found dehydrated but in good health at the bottom of a 50-foot incline on Wednesday, WKYT reported.Authorities said he was in “remarkably good condition” since he had likely been lost for three days without food and water.He was flown to a West Virginia hospital to be examined.Officials said the family spent time looking for the boy before calling police Sunday.Crews scoured the area with search dogs and helicopters on Monday, and by night, the search was suspended, WKYT reports.Search and rescue leaders said they had exhausted all of their resources and had done everything they can until they get more information from investigators.Investigators told WLEX-TV that they refused to give up.”I told the dad, I said, ‘Dad, it’s a proud day and it was a team effort,'” said Carter Conley, of Magoffin Search and Rescue. “And I said, ‘God led us in the hands to move that away.'”Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

MAGOFFIN COUNTY, Ky. (Video from KLEX via CNN) —

A Kentucky toddler was found less than a mile from his family’s home after he went missing on Sunday.

The boy, 22-month-old Kenneth Howard, was found dehydrated but in good health at the bottom of a 50-foot incline on Wednesday, WKYT reported.

Authorities said he was in “remarkably good condition” since he had likely been lost for three days without food and water.

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He was flown to a West Virginia hospital to be examined.

Officials said the family spent time looking for the boy before calling police Sunday.

Crews scoured the area with search dogs and helicopters on Monday, and by night, the search was suspended, WKYT reports.

Search and rescue leaders said they had exhausted all of their resources and had done everything they can until they get more information from investigators.

Investigators told WLEX-TV that they refused to give up.

“I told the dad, I said, ‘Dad, it’s a proud day and it was a team effort,'” said Carter Conley, of Magoffin Search and Rescue. “And I said, ‘God led us in the hands to move that away.'”

Watch the video above to learn more about this story.



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