Texas 3-year-old boy Christopher Ramirez was found alive, missing for three days

A missing 3-year-old boy in Texas was found in the woods miles away from his parents ’home, three days after he disappeared.

Christopher Ramirez last seen by his family on Wednesday when he chased the neighbor’s dog into the woods around 2 p.m. as his parents removed their food truck.

The dog returned, but Christopher never did, prompting a major search by local agencies, Texas EquuSearch, and the FBI office in Houston as well as volunteers.

Christopher was found around 11 a.m. Saturday “somewhat dehydrated as well as hungry and in overall good spirits and healthy,” Grimes County Sheriff Don Sowell said. said in a statement on social media on Saturday night.

It is not yet clear how exactly the baby survived alone.

Christopher Ramirez was found in the woods miles away from his parents ’home.
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He is recovering at Texas Children’s Hospital in the Woodlands “with his mother by his side.”

The man who saw her, who chose to remain anonymous, told the sheriff that God had told him in the bible study the other day that he would find the child if he searched.

Christopher Ramirez was found alive in the woods miles away from his parents ’home after he disappeared three days ago.
Christopher Ramirez was found alive in the woods miles away from his parents ’home after he disappeared three days ago.
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“The kind and humble citizen who found Christopher was really a special and Guardian Angel who was in the right place at the right time. He was such a humble and kind person that I don’t want to mention his name,” Sowell said.

“There were many nice visits to him and I thanked him for being there. He replied that God told him in the Bible study last night to look for him and he would find him. This morning the man did that and the rest was fun end of this story. “

Texas EquuSearch founder Tim Miller told KHOU he was willing to give up the desperate search for Christopher.

Christopher Ramirez was found around 11 a.m. Saturday, as Grimes County Sheriff Don Sowell said he looked
Christopher Ramirez was found around 11 a.m. Saturday, because Grimes County Sheriff Don Sowell was told it looked somewhat dehydrated.
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“In my 21 years at EquuSearch, this is only the second time we’ve had a child like this. Now, this morning, sheriff, honestly, I gave up,” Miller said. “But God works amazing. I’ve got goosebumps. He’s doing amazing. To see him and hear that loud shout, sheriff, it’s unbelievable.”

The Texas EquuSearch team is looking for Christopher Ramirez, who will soon be found alive in the woods after he disappears.
The Texas EquuSearch team is seen searching for Christopher Ramirez, who will soon be found alive in the woods after he disappears.
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