Searchers Locate Missing Woodland Woman
A 76-year-old Woodland woman who was reported missing early Sunday morning was located several hours later and taken to the hospital.
State Troopers Andrew Levesque and Nate Desrosiers responded to a report of a missing person in Woodland at around 6:00 a.m.
Marilyn Cote had left her house on foot sometime during the morning and couldn’t be located, according to a news release from Lt. Brian Harris.
Troopers, Game Wardens and citizen volunteers immediately started a search of the surrounding area.The team utilized Trooper Levesque’s K9 and also Warden Service aircraft and ATV’s.
At approximately 10:15 a.m., Cote was located by volunteer searchers in a field off the Langley Road. The woman had sustained some minor cuts from a fall while she was walking, Harris said.
She was transported by Caribou Ambulance to Cary Medical Center for treatment.