Italian journalist reporting on missing toddler finds the boy

A helicopter flies over an Italian forest. Marco Bertorello / AFP via Getty Images
A missing Italian toddler was not found by any of the 1,000 police officers, mountain rescuers, firefighters and volunteers who were looking for him - he was discovered by a journalist who was supposed to cover the case.
The 21-month-old boy was last seen by his parents on Monday evening, and on Wednesday reporter Giuseppe di Tommaso from the Italian state broadcaster Rai went for an interview. They live in a remote area of ​​Palazzuolo sul Senio, near Florence, and Di Tommaso had to walk up a long dirt road to get to their house. On the way, Di Tommaso heard a strange noise from a ravine and called out.
He heard a child answer "Mama" and could see through the bushes that there was a little boy in the ravine. Di Tommaso stopped a police car for help and a commander went down to investigate. It was the missing boy with a few scratches and a bump on his head. The commanding officer said at a press conference that it was "a great pleasure to bring him back into his mother's arms". The boy was found just over a mile from his home and police believe he woke up in the middle of the night and left the house on Monday.
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