Sunday, April 10, 2016

Missing Florida Girls Found

After a grueling night of searches the two missing Florida high school girls have reportedly been found in a heavily wooded and swamp area near the resort where they have been staying.
This report comes after the two girls, Brocha Katz and Rivka Moshe, both 16-years-old and students in Lubavitch Education Centers Beis Chana High School, have gone missing on Saturday afternoon after going out of a walk.
The girls were in the Caribe Cove Resort by Wyndham in Orlando, Florida together with their high school for their annual Shabbaton.
A large scale search, headed by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, involved multiple state agencies including the local police and Florida State Police along with numerous volunteer organizations.
According to multiple reports a helicopter spotted two people in waist deep water and in a heavily wooded and swampy area near the resort where they went missing from, the pair were seen waving frantically to the helicopter. Rescue personal could not get close by air and have sent in rescuers by foot.
After nearly 30 minutes since being first spotted by the helicopter came the good news that they are indeed the missing girls.
Rescue personal were hard at work pushing through the dense foliage, with the aid of chainsaws, machetes and riding All Terrain Vehicles in an effort to reach the two girls and get them out of the forest. “They needed to use chainsaws and machetes to get through the thick brush in order to reach the two girls” said a source involved in the rescue efforts.
“We are currently in communication with them and hope to reach them soon” said the source.
The condition of the girls are not currently known.

1 comment:

Echter yid said...

I personally looked up at ifew news sites ,and every one is asking the same question, how did they end up in that place,? Why did they separated themselves from there group and went another direction,? And how did they end up in that swamp,? Can anyone put together the pieces of the puzzle,?