Autistic boy found alive after being lost for two days on ‘freezing’ mountain

A 14-year-old boy with non-verbal autism has been found alive after spending two days lost on a mountain in Australia.
William Callaghan became separated from his family after running ahead of them on Mount Disappointment, around 37 miles north of Melbourne, Victoria, at around 2.20pm on Monday.
Hundreds of people including local volunteers were involved in the search for the teenager with police warned of “life-threateningly cold” conditions in the rugged terrain.
Police had said they were “extremely concerned” for the youngster who did not have any food or water, and was not dressed for the cold.

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Source : Sky News