Rescuers found Ryker Webb wandering the streets of Montana alone after he had gone missing from his home.
According to NBC News, Ryker Webb, 4, was found by rescuers “in good shape, otherwise hungry, thirsty, and cold,” 2 days after he had gone missing near his Montana home.
Webb, 4, was reported missing Friday afternoon near mile marker 18 of state Highway 56, south of Troy and east of Bull Lake, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
In efforts to complete the search for the young boy, the sheriff’s office used helicopters and drones throughout the weekend, despite “very poor weather conditions which consisted of rain, low visibility, and low ceiling.”
The young boy was found Sunday afternoon about 2.4 miles from where he went missing, near Pine Ridge Road and South Fork Bull River Road in Sanders County, a sheriff’s dispatcher said Monday.
During Webb’s 2-day venture on his own, the temperatures in Missoula dropped to 40 degrees on Saturday, with a quarter inch of rain, according to NBC News.
He was taken into the local medical facility, Cabinet Peaks Medical Center, for evaluation.