Several law enforcement organizations assisted in the rescue of a Georgia toddler who had become lost in the woods.
First responders were summoned to the area of Sibley Road for a missing toddler, according to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office.
The kid was recovered ¾ miles into the woods with the assistance of numerous law enforcement agencies.
Officials did not reveal how the toddler ended up in the woods. The toddler’s age and identity have not been disclosed.
The sheriff’s office expressed thanks to the community and first responders for their assistance in locating the kid.
“The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office could not operate without the assistance we receive from the community in time of need. The quick response from Posse members and off-duty personnel undoubtedly assisted in the toddler being safely reunited with family,” the sheriff’s office wrote.
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