A 9-year-old boy was found safe wearing no jacket or shoes by a creek bed in Tennessee on Tuesday after a three-day search in the woods.
Jordan Gorman was discovered on Tuesday at around 3 p.m. underneath a shelter made out of tarp, three-quarters of a mile away from his home in Cheatham County, Tennessee, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said.
Jordan was recovered the following day by a rescue team from Kentucky, the Christian County Rescue Team.
"That’s what makes you drive to get out there and find him,” Logan Fryar, a Christian County Rescue Team member, said.
At the time of his son’s rescue, Jordan was living in Cheatham County with his two siblings and their foster parents, according to Hatt.
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