LOVELOCK, Nev. (UPI) — Six members of a Nevada family were found alive and apparently well Tuesday after being lost in snow-covered wilderness since the weekend, officials said.
The Pershing County Sheriff’s Office said James Glanton and Christina McIntee were located along with four children near Lovelock.
All six appeared to be in good condition, KTVN said. Details of their rescue were not immediately released.
The family was reported missing Sunday while on an outing in the rural area. An urgent search on the ground and in the air was launched as temperatures slid below zero in the area.
The children ranged in age from 3 to 10. Two of the kids belonged to Glanton and McIntee. The other two were identified as a niece and nephew, KTVN said.