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VT: Missing 6-year-old found

November 26, 2012

From TimesArgus.com

SUNDERLAND — A search for a 6-year-old boy who went missing while hunting with his family had a happy ending on Sunday.
 
A ground team located Joseph “Jo Jo” McCray of Arlington near the Glastenbury Mountain summit, alive and well, Sunday morning. He was located a mile and three quarters from where he was last seen off Route 7, near exit 3, in Sunderland on Saturday.
 
Joseph was taken out of the woods wrapped in a thermal blanket on the back of an all-terrain vehicle. Bennington Rescue Squad transported him to a local hospital and treated him for hypothermia.
 
According to Paustian, they were trying to drive a deer herd toward South Road in Sunderland which Paustian estimated to be a 20- to 30-minute hike.

Joseph did not meet up with his family at the South Road rendezvous point.  

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