Carlee Russell was the missing nursing student who called the 911 dispatcher last Thursday night when a child was walking along the highway. The Missing nursing student went home on Saturday night.
Carlee Russell, the missing nursing student, went missing after calling 911
Police are searching for a 25-year-old missing nursing student who went missing after she called 911 to report that she had seen a kid walking along the side of Intersection 459. A reward of $50,000 will be given to a person who can help to locate the missing nursing student.
The missing nursing student informed 911 that she had stopped to assist a young child that she had seen walking along the side of Intersection 459.
The missing nursing student called a family member after calling 911. During that call, the family member of the Missing nursing student lost contact with her, but her line remained open.
The missing nursing student is found, according to The New York Times
Police located the abandoned car of the Missing nursing student with her belongings, like her phone, but no sign of the Missing nursing student or a toddler. Last Saturday, police released a new photo of a missing nursing student to have more leads. Police said they had not received calls regarding the missing kid.
The missing nursing student showed up at the front door of her home on Saturday night, knocked, and was greeted by her shocked relatives. The police don’t know how the missing nursing student got home, but nobody was with the Missing nursing student when she arrived.
The missing nursing student was taken to the nearest hospital for a medical check-up and evaluation.