NEWBERRY CO., S.C. (WSPA) – Newberry County Sheriff’s Office says they have found the missing woman with Alzheimer’s.
Deputies and rescue personnel were searching for Norma Bostic off Glenn Street Extension.
Bloodhounds and a SLED helicopter were also being used in the search.
Deputies say Bostic went missing around 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.
She was found about half a mile from her last known location, according to deputies.
They say a deputy heard a female voice in a pasture adjacent to St. Luke’s Church Road, and after riding into the field, they found her on a fence line.
Rescue Squad members and EMS are treating the woman at the scene.
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