K-9, handler on finding missing Newnan woman

K-9, handler on finding missing Newnan woman

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A community-wide effort in Newnan helped bring home a 78-year-old woman suffering from dementia who gone missing for almost four days. A K-9 – Cinco – caught the scent and quickly led his handler – Tracy Sargent – a frail Eleanor Alexander lying just inside a wooded area, several hundred yards from the nearest road.

Prayers had been answered. Cinco and Sargent had done delivered what many called a "blessing" and a "miracle." The dynamic duo visited Good Day Atlanta with details on their discovery and the deep partnership they share.

CLICK ON THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE TO HEAR THEIR SPECIAL STORY!

More info:
FOX 5 Atlanta – Newnan woman, 78, found; critical after missing several days

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