The four Indigenous children went missing after a plane crash on May 1 in the jungles of Guaviare and Caquetá, in the Colombian Amazon, they had already been foundaccording to Colombian media.
Armed Forces sources are confirmed daily Time about the find. “We found everyone alive”, that was the report that the soldiers in the area gave to the national government.
The minors were found by the uniformed officers and the indigenous people who supported the search, according to the sources. Wilson, the sniffer dog who had also gone missing during the search, was found with the children.as indicated Snail.
A helicopter was mobilized to the location this afternoon. It has not been specified whether the minors will be transferred to San José del Guaviare, Guaviare. The children would be somewhat dehydrated and suffer from insect bites.
“A joy for the whole country! The 4 children who got lost in the Colombian jungle 40 days ago appeared to be alive. Petro wrote on Twitter, where he also posted a photo of several soldiers and indigenous people participating in the operation to locate the brothers, ages 13, 9, 4 and 1.
A delight for the whole country! The 4 children who got lost in the Colombian jungle 40 days ago appeared to be alive. pic.twitter.com/cvADdLbCpm
— Gustavo Petro (@petrogustavo) June 9, 2023
sources confirmed Time that military nurses care for minors who are visibly affected and show signs of malnutrition. In addition, it was indicated that minors will be transferred from San José to Bogotá for more professional medical care.
The bodies of his mother, the pilot and an indigenous leader were found near the plane that was destroyed last month. but so far the children had not been found.
According to official information, The minors boarded a plane with their mother on May 1 to flee from some guerrilla fighters who deviated from the peace pact signed by the FARC in 2016., who recruit and intimidate the residents of the area.
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