Found safe and sound Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak, a child from three years, disappeared four days ago in a bosco in Aaustralia. The little one was spotted this morning by police helicopters, while drank water from a stream in the property of the his family in rural New South Wales.
Anthony, that is autistic and does not speak, he was last seen at home last Friday and his family feared he had been kidnapped. Fortunately, i rescuers they found AJ on the bank of a river about 500 meters from his home on the vast estate in Putty, in the north of the state. To make it known, a video shared on Twitter by the New South Wales police where it is heard: “I found the baby.”
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As reported by BBC news, the authorities have made it known that AJ is in good condition: he only has a few scratches at the bottom of the legs and was found drenched from wet clothes. His father, Anthony Elfalak, defined his find “a miracle”. It is not clear how the child got lost in the woods, as he was playing under the supervision of his mother until a few hours earlier. On Sunday the police had kidnapped a white vehicle, in the belief that it was a case of kidnapping.
More than 100 officers e volunteers they spent days scouring the bush and had also previously passed over the area where the baby was found.
“He was bitten by ants and fell, but he’s alive. Is aliveThe father said exultantly in an interview television. «I know I was getting too excited, – he continued – but no one can understand what it is like to go through what we have been through. AND’ incredible. My leg, my hips, my ankles are still: I cannot walk. I have been in the bush for four days without sleep. We never stopped ».
Even the prime minister Scott Morrison she expressed relief with a post on Twitter where she said she was “happy to know that the baby is safe. I can’t imagine how long it was traumatic this experience for AJ and his parents ”.
Last updated: Monday 6 September 2021, 15:42
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