Source Pravda.Ru

2.5-year-old boy spends three days lost in the woods with no water or food

A little boy went astray and spent three days in the woods without food and water. Rescuers found the boy and hospitalized him to a local hospital in the Yakutia republic. His life is out of danger.

Parents left the 2.5-year-old boy unattended on September 9th. The boy was wearing a jacket and rubber boots; he had no hat on. The administration of the township organized the search for the boy with the help of the local population and addressed to Yakutia's Emergency Ministry, Itar-Tass reported.

A group of rescuers, a cynologist, over 200 local residents and 20 landrovers were looking for the lost boy for three days. Students of the teacher's training college and special police unit members joined the searchers on Saturday.

Fortunately, the nights were not cold: there was no frost, although the night temperature was close to zero. The rescuers found the little boy in the woods 3.5 kilometers far from his town.

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