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Two Florida brothers and sisters, were found on Tuesday afternoon, more than 48 hours after they were reported missing, authorities said.
Search crews found Braxton Williams, a 6, and his 5-year-old sister, Bri’ya Williams, in a wooded area near their home, the Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said at a news conference.
“It was the best outcome that we had hoped,” Williams said.
Braxton Williams, a 6, and his 5-year-old sister, Bri’ya were said to have been found near the Florida home, after being missing in action over the weekend.
(The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office)
He said that the children were not injured, talkative, and crave a cheese pizza, which is paid on the spot. They were taken to a hospital for a medical evaluation.
Williams said investigators believe the couple got lost in the woods one Sunday morning in the neighbourhood of the Paradise Village mobile home park in which they live, and are lost.
“That was the best case scenario for us, and it was there that we spent most of the time and the effort,” he told reporters.
The brothers and sisters that have made their way to an abandoned pump house in the woods, a place to stay, Willaims said. He told me that they had been found by a rescue team member heard a child’s voice, ask for a search of crews to perform in the field.
Roxanne Lloyd, the children’s grandmother, told the local media in the center of the two-a-day to look for a job and that the couple had never wandered off before.
“My son told me that she had to get ready for a bbq and there was a door, probably is just a stone’s throw away from the kitchen,” she said. “You know, he could look out the kitchen window and see the kids, and he told me that he went into the house briefly, to get out of the flesh, and when he came back, she was gone just as quickly.”
The Jacksonville Mayor, Lenny Curry and praised the first responders on the learning of the children, to save them.
“Glad to hear that Braxton & Bri’ya been found & is safe. It’s a Christmas miracle,” tweeted Curry. “I am very grateful for the tireless efforts of first responders & caring members of our town. My prayers continue for this family and I am so grateful for this positive outcome.”
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Black is also known as the brothers ‘and sisters’ safe return was a “Christmas miracle.”
“It’s a Christmas miracle, and it’s a blessing,” a sheriff’s investigator, told First Coast News. “A lot of hard work was done and thank God for it.”