Dec. 11 - A Nevada family is rescued after going missing in the bitter cold. Linda So reports.
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A grateful ending to what could have ended tragically.
The ambulance carrying the family that was missing for 2 days in the icy Nevada mountains arrives safely at the hospital.
All 2 adults and 4 children are expected to make a full recovery.
The family's disappearance sparked a massive search. Their safe return bringing the county sheriff to tears.
SOUNDBITE: PERSHING COUNTY SHERIFF RICHARD MACHADO, SAYING:
"It was the work of a lot of people in the community."
The family went missing over the weekend after going out to play in the snow. They got stranded when their jeep flipped over.
A family friend is credited with finding them.
SOUNDBITE: SEARCH VOLUNTEER CHRIS MONTES, SAYING:
"It was a huge relief, I was expecting the worst, but when I came around the corner I counted 6 of them standing there, nice and warm."
The family built a campfire and used their jeep to keep warm in the frigid temperatures.
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