Photo: San Mateo Sheriff & # 39; s Ofice
A Montrealer and her daughter, who were missing while camping on the California coast, were found safe on Thursday.
Audrey Rodrigue, 29, and her 10-year-old The elderly daughter Emily was last seen on Tuesday in the Six Rivers National Forest near the city of Orleans in Humboldt County, according to investigators from the Sheriff's Office of San Mateo County.
MEPs announced via Twitter on Thursday night that the two were "in good health" and "just enjoy their California camping trip. "
" We are so grateful for these messages and wish them safe travel home, "read the tweet," Thanks to all who helped spread the word. "
Rodrigue and her daughter flew to San Francisco International Airport on August 23 and hired a dark gray Ford Focus 2018 with the registration number 8DIN900, while Rodrigue's friend in Canada reported that the couple was missing Monday after hearing nothing from her one day.
#AudreyandEmily was found! We checked in and saw both.You are in good health and just enjoy your California camping trip.Thanks to all who helped spread the word.We are so grateful for this news and wish them all the best a good trip back home. pic.twitter.com/I4b79oQOpa
– San Mateo County SO (@SMCSheriff) August 31, 2018
Detectives did not suspect foul play, recognized Abe r that some elements of camping can be dangerous and cellular The service can be spotty. "
" Driving down California's coast can be tricky, especially for someone unfamiliar with it, "said Rosemerry Blankswade, a spokeswoman for the Sheriff Office.
After leaving the airport, Rodrigue and her daughter checked to the Vagabond Inn in Burlingame Last Friday, Rodrigue sent a text to her boyfriend and checked out of the hotel with her daughter.
The authorities said they were expected to arrive at the Pigeon Point Lighthouse in Pescadero on Saturday, but they Never Arrived.
Rodrigue had reservations for the Fish Lake campground in the Six Rivers National Forest on Tuesday, and camp site campers remember seeing Rodrigue and her daughter and said they had heard Rodrigue mentioned Blankswade said he would stay in free campsites along the coast, and Parkrangers were unable to reach the couple before they reached the Pa left rk.
Rodrigue's friend has not heard from her since Sunday's sms, according to the sheriff's office.
Posts on Rodrigue's Facebook page show that she and her daughter enjoy outdoor activities such as sailing, hiking and canoeing. A photo on August 6 shows Emily's climbing in Quebec with the title: "This little love of mine."
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