The missing three-year-old boy was lost in the Canadian woods for three days and was found “okay” half a mile from his home
- At around 3.20 pm on Wednesday afternoon, Jude Leyton was “alive”
- Ontario officials said he had been missing since noon on Sunday.
- Rescuers found that the little boy was sleeping near the “Beaver Pond”, half a mile away from his last appearance at the “Bing Retreat” Hotel
- Bing Retreat belongs to his family, I believe he has wandered
A three-year-old boy lost his way in the woods of Canada for three days and was found to be about half a mile away from the property owned by his family. He was “not healthy”.
According to Global News, Jude Leyton was found safe in South Frontenac, Ontario at 3.20pm on Wednesday.
Ontario police say he has been missing since noon on Sunday.
Rescuers found that the little boy was sleeping near the “beaver pond” half a mile away from the last time he met.
Three-year-old Jude Leyton (pictured) was carried by rescuers. He lost his way in the woods of Canada for three days and disappeared and was found “well alive”
“Four of our ERT members are part of the search and rescue team (team). They are performing another task to inspect another area. While performing the task, they found Jude. On some very, very difficult days Here, this is a great ending.
Dick explained that Jude is believed to have left the “Bing Retreat” property owned by his family.
Authorities said that Jude’s pond was found attached to the property.
Rescuers found the little boy (pictured) sleeping near the “beaver pond” half a mile from the last time he met.
“That’s the place across that piece of water. So there must be a big distance,” Dick said.
The medical staff checked Jude for injury, but he is said to be in good health.
As an additional precaution, Jude was rushed to Kingston General Hospital on Wednesday night for further examination.
Frontenac medical staff tweeted a video of them arriving at the hospital with young people reunited with worried parents.
Dick told Global News that the boy “dressed for weather reasons,” which may help him survive 72 hours.
He wore a winter jacket with a thick wool sweater and boots.
Dick said that it is unclear how the child escaped the search. In addition to helicopters and police dog troops, the child also includes 100 soldiers and volunteers on the ground.
Authorities said they will eventually interview Jude to try to understand what happened.
Dick said that OPP will interview Jude in the hospital to understand what happened.