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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The discovery of missing Boy Scout Michael Auberry in the North Carolina mountains reported; scenes shown of the rescue team in the woods. [National Parks Service Tina WHITE- announces the discovery.] [Misha MARSHALL, search team incident cmdr Dave BAUER- comment.] [Michael’s father Kent AUBERRY- reacts.]
(McGrady, North Carolina: Rick Leventhal) Michael’s recovery at the hospital and how he survived reviewed; scenes shown of park rangers hiding the boy with a sheet and the search team at Doughton Park. [K.AUBERRY- thanks Gandalf, the dog that found him.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.
(Greensboro, North Carolina: Erik Liljegren) Reaction to Michael’s rescue in his hometown of Greensboro featured; scenes shown of kids putting yellow ribbons in trees and the welcome home banner. [Schoolmate’s mother Melissa KENNEDY, neighbor Nina UPCHURCH, Boy Scout Troop 230 Trip PRICE- comment.]
- Smith, Shepard;
- Leventhal, Rick;
- Liljegren, Erik
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