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A hiker is reunited with her family after going missing for nearly two d...

Two days after she was reported missing hiker Bethnee Haury was found by rescue teams on March 11 in a deep ravine a short distance away from a main road in Woodside, California. "This is phenomenal. We were worried. It's been two days. We weren't sure what was going to happen. This is incredible," said her husband Ed Haury, who was on vacation with his wife when she went missing. Haury said his wife went hiking on March 9 along with their dog, Camaro, and didn't return to the Airbnb they had rented out, not far from where Bethnee went missing. All through the ordeal, the Haury's dog never left Bethnee's side.

"When we called out for her we heard her yell back and then a couple seconds later we heard the dog bark very clearly so Camaro did his job," said rescue volunteer Mike McKimmie who was among the first group of volunteers to spot the missing hiker and her dog. The hiker was shivering and dehydrated when they found her at the bottom of the ravine, McKimmie said. The 56-year-old woman is considered high risk as she suffers from early onset dementia and has Type-2 diabetes, NBC reported

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