December 6, 2022

Miracles Happen: Missing 4-Year-Old Found Alive in Australia

A 4-year-old Australian girl, Cleo Smith, went missing on July 5 in the town of Eagle Bay. She was found alive after three days in a car wreck by police. The story is an incredible miracle and has captured media attention worldwide – with many Australians celebrating their good luck A Facebook page has been set up to celebrate her return home.

Cleo was being babysat by her grandmother on the fateful day, when she apparently slipped out of the house. The girl wandered down to a local street and was hit by a car and thrown 30ft into the air. While her family held makeshift vigils and searched for their little girl while police scoured hours of security footage from area businesses.

At a press conference, a police spokeswoman said Once they found her she was obviously very happy to see them and I think it’s fair to say that everyone involved is extremely relieved. While Wayne Smith described his daughter as being stronger than him. He also thanked the media for covering the story as well as those who had looking for her.

Smith said we thank everybody because we wouldn’t have her now if it wasn’t for the exposure and all those people looking. While Smith hasn’t revealed how his daughter managed to survive three days in the car wreck but has said that she will be checked out at a hospital as soon as possible.

 

While many Australians are celebrating their good luck, some are scratching their heads at how she was able to survive three days in the wreck. A weather report showed temperatures hitting 106 degrees Fahrenheit – which likely would have been higher inside the wrecked car. Australia has recorded severe droughts over the last year and water sources are low, making her survival seem even more miraculous.

The community has dubbed her miracle Cleo and has come together to celebrate. While she may be enjoying the media attention, we hope that they will not press for too many details as to how and where she was and just allow her family time to reconnect with their daughter.

Her grandmother is speaking out about his relief over having Cleo back, her family says she is doing well and recovering at a hospital under observation.

Wayne Smith expressed love for all those who had helped to spread the word about his daughter’s disappearance. We thank everybody because we wouldn’t have her now if it wasn’t for the exposure, and all those people looking. Smith said of the media attention during an interview with Australia’s Seven Network. We thank everybody for what they’ve done and we can’t thank them enough.

While many Australians are celebrating their good luck, some are scratching their heads at how she was able to survive three days in the wreck. A weather report showed temperatures hitting 106 degrees Fahrenheit – which likely would have been higher inside the wrecked car. Australia has recorded severe droughts over the last year and water sources are low, making her survival seem even more miraculous.