Hunter Finds Minnesota Girl Lost in Field

Girl was missing for about three hours

A pheasant hunter is credited with finding a child with autism after she went missing Saturday, October 22, in central Minnesota for about three hours.

The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office says the child’s mother called authorities after her 9-year-old girl went missing about 4 p.m. from her home in Raymond.

It was reported that sheriff’s deputies and personnel from several other local agencies searched for the girl in the corn fields near her home, and two local pilots searched form the air.

Pheasant hunter, Daniel Kiecher, of Lake Lillian, reported hearing the girl yelling for help at around 7 p.m., and she was found in a field north of where the search had been located.

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