Video shows moment 3-year-old found alive after 3 days in Australian bush

Law enforcement in Australia said on Monday they had found a 3-year-old boy alive and well after he disappeared for three days in the Bush on to be parents’rural property in New South Wales.

Dramatic video posted to Twitter by the New South Wales Police Department shows the boy die apparently splashing in and drink from a stream as rescue teams hover overhead.

police said: in a statement that the boy, identified as Anthony “AJ” Elfalak, was reported missing Friday after being released from his… parents’rural property in the hunter region of New South Wales.

authorities on path bikes, dog officers, divers and air rescue units wanted from Friday to met Monday. Monday afternoon in Australia, and air Search team found AJ on a creek bank less than 550 yards his home.

Parents Anthony and Kelly Elfalak hug each other after hearing their son AJ was found in life.Dean Lewins / AP

AJ knelt in the creek when a state emergency officer reached him and extended a hand on his shoulder, Chief Inspector Simon Merrick of the State Emergency Service said.

The officer “declared that he turned to him” with a huge smile on to be face that he won’t forget,” said Merrick.

He was in good condition and was taken to a hospital for observation, paramedics said.

His father, Anthony Elfalak, said that AJ was bitten by ants and that he had diaper rash and abrasions.

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