B.C. toddler unharmed after floating 12 kms downstream
A three year old boy survived a dangerous and life threatening ordeal. He floated his battery powered toy car 12 km down a river before being rescued.
Camping with his parents in Peace Island Park in Taylor, British Columbia, Demetrius Jones, age 3, disappeared from his parents campsite.
The boy disappeared around 7:30 am Sunday. He was not wearing a life jacket. He was found two hours later by Don Loewen after the RCMP launched a full scale search.
The boy who was hanging on to his battery powered toy car was unharmed.
A B.C. toddler survived a harrowing ride after he drove his toy truck into a river and was carried 12 kilometres downstream before rescuers caught up with him.
Three-year-old Demetrius Jones disappeared on the weekend from his parents' campsite at the Peace Island Park in Taylor, B.C. near Fort St. John.
The boy, who was not wearing a lifejacket, disappeared Sunday morning at about 7:30 a.m. PT, and was found far downstream more than two hours later after campers and RCMP launched a full-scale search for the boy,
He was eventually spotted by Don Loewen.
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