Disabled 3-year-old boy missing in Australia found alive 4 days later
Three-year-old Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak, who went missing on Friday in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW), has been found alive.
According to reports from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak, who went missing on Friday, September 3 on the 263-hectare homestead in the Hunter Valley area, but is also suspected of having been kidnapped, was found four days later by the stream in the rough terrain covered with bushes.
The autistic and speech-impaired child was found to be healthy after a four-day search by hundreds of volunteers, including his family, NSW Police, State Emergency Services and firefighters .
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Describing Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak’s discovery as a “miracle” and explaining that his son was seen drinking water in an area previously searched by the helicopter search team, his father Anthony Elfalak said said: “There is a little rash, he was bitten by the ants, he fell, but he is alive. As soon as he heard his mother’s name, he opened his eyes. used his statements.
Stating that they were worried about AJ’s kidnapping, but weren’t very happy because of his discovery, his uncle Louis Elfalak said: “It’s amazing everyone started to lose hope by thinking of the worst. ” noted.