His family did not give up hope and continued to search with fever – now they can finally hug their son again.
The disappearance of the spectacular person of an autistic young man has seen a happy ending in the United States. Two-and-a-half years ago, 16-year-old Conorjack Oswald, then a native of the US state of California, went missing without a trace. Now the boy has been rescued alive – in Park City, Utah, 1200 kilometers away.
Authorities accidentally assisted: Witnesses called police, among others, as a young man drove around a shopping trolley. “DMZ“According to the American Portal, when officers found him in front of a grocery store, the man was in a coma and was then taken away in a car to warm up.
Police did not identify the boy as he did not mention his name as it was a missing person case from another state. However, after taking his fingerprints and comparing them with their databases, they found out who the boy really was.
Conorjack’s mother, Susan, told CBS: “We looked all over California.
Connerjack’s stepfather, Gerald Flint, said: “I’m still really shocked by this situation. We’ve had a lot of misconceptions over the last two and a half years. Following the news of the rescue, Flint drove from Idaho to Park City – and has now positively identified the 19-year-old.
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