“In the Chelyabinsk Region, the police found the 11-year old boy who had got lost in a forest last evening.
On August 9, 2017 the Duty Unit of the Russian MIA Division for the Zlatoust Urban District received a complaint from a local about his nephew born in 2005 who had got lost in the forest near the Urenga Ridge in the course of mushrooming as they had returned to the parking place of the man’s car. The boy had arrived to visit his grandmother from Bashkiria.
The police carried out search operations throughout the night. 120 policemen, rescuers and 30 volunteers took part in the boy's search. As a result of the measures, the boy was found two kilometers away from the motor road,” said the Russian MIA official representative Irina Volk.
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