Photo: South China Morning Post
In the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous region of China after four-day search was found lost in the woods 22-month-old girl. This publication reports the South China Morning Post.
The child wandered into the woods, playing around the village with other children of a farmer, who were four and six years. When the daughter did not return for dinner, father asked relatives to look for her. Police learned about the girl’s disappearance until the next day.
Police and locals three days combed the surrounding hills covered with forests. The operation involved about 700 people, sniffer dogs and unmanned aerial vehicles. In addition, the police checked footage from surveillance cameras and stopped suspicious vehicles. All efforts were in vain.
On the fourth day one of the villagers heard strange sounds coming from the bushes on the steep slope of the hill. Police examined the specified place, and found in the thickets of a missing child, covered with cuts, abrasions and signs of insect bites. The girl was taken to the hospital. After several days in the forest she was suffering from dehydration, but otherwise was healthy.
On 16 August it was reported that a tourist from the U.S. state of Ohio lost in the woods for six days and ate wild berries, and also killed and ate the bees, who had been pestering him.
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