COMINS TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A 2-year-old girl who wandered away from her family at a woodland campsite in northern Michigan has been found more than 24 hours later.
Great news!!! Gabriella has been found alive. Details to follow when available.— @MSPNorthernMI (@mspnorthernmi) July 16, 2019
State police say Gabriella Roselynn Vitale walked up to a home in Oscoda County on Tuesday morning and a woman there notified authorities. The home is about half a mile from where Gabriella's family had last seen her early Monday.
Police say Gabriella is well and has been taken to a hospital for observation.
State police say the family is from the Monroe area in southeastern Michigan. They had been camping at the Comins Township campsite about 170 miles northwest of Detroit since late last week. They said they lost track of Gabriella while they were packing up at the campsite.
MSP, the Oscoda County Sheriff's Office, and the DNR are mounting a search for 2-year-old Gabrielle Vitale. She wandered from her camp site on Reber Rd west of M-33 this morning, and hasn't been seen since. Anyone with info should contact police ASAP. pic.twitter.com/6mnDjuftO5— @MSPNorthernMI (@mspnorthernmi) July 15, 2019