Indiana girl Emma Sweet still missing after her father was rescued from a submerged truck; the authorities recover the coat
Authorities in Indiana continued to search for a 2-year-old girl who went missing on Saturday after discovering what they believed to be her coat downstream from where her father was found inside his submerged truck Friday morning. .
Jeremy Sweet was rushed to hospital with hypothermia after being removed from the White River on Friday morning, the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office said.
Sweet was “out on bail for illegal possession of a firearm by a serious violent criminal as well as possession of methamphetamine,” the sheriff’s office said, according to FOX 41 in Louisville, Ky.
He was found by duck hunters early in the morning near Columbus, Indiana, according to WISH-TV in Indianapolis.
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Her daughter, Emma Sweet, 2, was last seen on Wednesday and was reported missing with her father on Thursday, FOX 41 reported.
Staff from several agencies were doing the research.
“All the agencies worked together with the common goal of locating Emma and bringing her home to her family,” Bartholomew County Sheriff Matt Myers said in a statement posted on Facebook.
Jeremy Sweet told officers Emma was with him, according to WISH.
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Investigators confirmed the little girl was not found inside or under the truck, the department said.
“It broke my heart because I have five children of my own,” said neighbor and volunteer Brittany Matney. TO WISH. “I have a 2 year old daughter that I just watched and it just makes me want to cry because I don’t understand how this could happen to someone, especially a small child. It’s sad. is heartbreaking, that’s what it is. “