State Trooper In The Dark Woods Finds Missing 2-Year-Old Who Won’t Stop Clutching Him

The community of South Bristol, New York, flew into a frenzy after news broke that a two-year-old girl had gone missing. The child was nowhere to be found and had seemingly wandered off into the deep dark woods of the New York community. Because the little girl was loved by so many people, state troopers got to work trying to find the missing child before some harm came to her.

In charge of the search party was New York State Trooper Brian Hotchkiss. He was leading men and women in a desperate search to find the little two-year-old girl before the sunset and temperatures started dropping. People thought the girl had gotten lost in the woods, which would also expose her to possible dangers from critters that make it their home.

Before heading into the deep woods, Trooper Hotchkiss and his team knocked on doors across the community. Unfortunately, this did not bear fruit as no one had seen the missing child and had no idea where she could have gone off to. As the sun began to set, Trooper Hotchkiss knew that time was running out before the girl was at risk of freezing to death overnight or getting attacked by a wild animal. He also knew that the longer it took the search team to find the missing girl, the more likely it was that she would never be found – or would be found after it was too late to help her return to her family.

As time was running out, Trooper Hotchkiss got an idea. He decided to climb a mountain that was about thirty minutes from the last known location of the missing girl. The trooper struggled up the side of the mountain. When he reached the top, he was “winded” and could only see the brown and green of trees in every direction.

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