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3-year-old Eden Hines last seen walking down road in Madison County Kentucky FOUND

Eden Hines missing Berea, Kentucky

Eden was found by a Fire Chief around 4:30 a.m. on Monday.

The Red Lick Volunteer Fire Department’s Wayne Adams found Eden’s trail and her missing boot.

“Oh we’re going to celebrate, we celebrate every time because it makes me emotional, yes it does that we got this little girl,” Fire Department member Keith Everitt told WKYT. “We thought… it was terrible going through that house with her mother trying to find that child. Seeing that anxiety knowing that we’re helpless unless we work as a team.”

Original Story:

Eden Hines, 3, is missing from Madison County, Kentucky.  She was last seen around 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 14, 2018, walking toward Red Lick Road and Mallory Spring Road in Berea.

The authorities have asked neighbors to check their own property for Eden.  She may be inside outbuildings, sheds or barns.  A large group of volunteers from the Red Lick Baptist Church gathered to begin a search for Eden.


Eden Hines
Eden Hines

The latest Twitter post by Trooper Purdy stated, “Update 11:20 p.m – Several Search and rescue crews are finishing a search that extended from Owsley Fork Lake to Red Lick Road.  It’s been dark for several hours and rain continues to fall in the area.  Please continue to pray for the safety of Eden Hines.”

Hines was last seen walking toward Red Lick Road wearing a blue sweatshirt with stars on it, blue jeans and a pair of blue rain boots.

If you see Eden Hines, call KSP Post seven at 859-623-2404.

Eden Hines

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