Four children and two adults went missing on Sunday night in a remote area of northwest Nevada. From left: Shelby Fitzpatrick, Chloe Glanton, Evan Glanton, Tate McIntee.
The Nevada family and four children missing in a mountainous northwest area of Nevada were found alive. Last night, temperatures were -16 degrees below zero and -21 on Sunday night. The under Sheriff said the couple and the kids are alive and well. They are ‘in pretty good shape.’
Their car was found overturned. They took shelter in the car at night and stayed warm with fires during the day. The children were hungry when found.
There is no other information at this time.
James Glanton, 34, and Christina MacIntee, 25, took their two children, ages 3 and 4, and a niece, 10, and nephew, 4, to “go play in the snow” on Sunday, but they didn’t return home, according to Pershing County Sheriff Richard Machado.
They were last seen doing wheelies at a mining camp reports NBC News.
James Glanton and Christina McIntee went missing in Nevada