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A rural carrier’s usual stop for fuel took an unusual twist recently.
Kristina Chase of Belmont, MI, wondered why K-9 units were at the gas station. She soon learned that a search was underway for a missing 10-year-old boy.
After she fueled up, bought water and got a description of the boy, Chase continued delivering the mail.
She later saw a boy matching the description in a wooded area. She stopped, talked to him and gave him water while she contacted authorities, who determined he was the missing child and reunited him with his parents.