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Monday February 8th, 2016 8:10PM

Young brothers, lost in NC mountains, found

By The Associated Press
BURNSVILLE, N.C. - Two young brothers reported missing in western North Carolina have been found, after spending a cold night in the mountains.<br /> <br /> The Asheville Citizen-Times reported Monday that the two boys, ages 6 and 8, went missing Saturday evening from their grandparents' home in Burnsville.<br /> <br /> About 45 people searched the rugged terrain on foot, horseback and all terrain vehicles during the night in rain and heavy fog. The boys were located Sunday about a mile from the house.<br /> <br /> The boys were treated at Mission Hospitals in Asheville for scratches and bruises. Their names haven't been released.<br /> <br /> Yancey County manager Michele Lawhern said the brothers had huddled together to stay warm. Both are from Georgia.
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