11-year-old Brennan Hawkins, who had disappeared four days ago from a Boy Scout camp was found alive and in good condition Tuesday. He was found about five miles from the camp in the Uinta Mountains near Lily Lake.
Sheriff Dave Edmunds said the boy was "a little dehydrated, a little weak, but other than that, he was in very good health." Brennan will be taken to a local hospital for evaluation.
Forrest Nunley, the volunteer who found Brennan, said he saw him "standing in the middle of the trail. He was all muddy and wet.", "He didn't want to come out. He was too scared. He was a little delirious. I sat him down and gave him a little food."