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Police spokesperson Captain Mali Govender said because the area is very dense and the terrain precipitous and craggy, K9 Search and Rescue Dog handlers from Cradock and East London were mobilised and arrived at Mgwalana Administrative Area, Nyeleni location, in Peddie. “At 4am on Sunday morning, the specialist handlers arrived with their four-legged partners and began their search,” Govender said. One of the teams was assisted by a friend of the missing child who had been part of the hunting expedition. The friends had lost each other in the dense forest. With the help of the young guide, the team was guided to where the children lost each other. “Initially the screams for help were faint and as they moved closer to the river they grew louder.” The child was located by the team and a member of the community got into the chilly river and swam across to the cliff under mountains where he was. SAPS handlers who were close by got into the river and assisted in bringing the two on to dry land. The boy was safely reunited with his family. “The Community were remarkable and played a vital role right from the onset,” Govender said. “Before reporting to the SAPS, they tried looking for the child themselves and by 8pm when they could not find the child they alerted us,” said Lieutenant-Colonel Memani, Acting Station Commander of Peddie.
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