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K-9, handler on finding missing Newnan woman

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A community-wide effort in Newnan helped bring home a 78-year-old woman suffering from dementia who gone missing for almost four days. A K-9 – Cinco – caught the scent and quickly led his handler – Tracy Sargent – a frail Eleanor Alexander lying just inside a wooded area, several hundred yards from the nearest road.

Prayers had been answered. Cinco and Sargent had done delivered what many called a "blessing" and a "miracle." The dynamic duo visited Good Day Atlanta with details on their discovery and the deep partnership they share.

CLICK ON THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE TO HEAR THEIR SPECIAL STORY!

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FOX 5 Atlanta – Newnan woman, 78, found; critical after missing several days

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