BURLINGTON (CBS) – A woman from Burlington who had been missing for more than a day was found safe overnight in a swamp.
Tanya Condon-Frieden, 45, had not been seen by family or friends since 5 p.m. Wednesday, when she was last spotted on Ivy Lane in Burlington near the Billerica line.READ MORE: Volunteers Gather To Clean Up Trash In Boston's Muddy River
Police and K-9 units spent hours searching the woods near her home.READ MORE: Attleboro Animal Shelter Says Driver Deliberately Ran Over 5 Geese On Route 123
They found her around midnight over the Billerica border. She was taken to the hospital and is said to be in good health.
“It was a good outcome for us. We had a lot of help from surrounding agencies as well as the NEMLEC (Northeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council) K-9 unit who ultimately was responsible for finding her. We’re very, very, very appreciative,” said Burlington Police Sgt.Dan Hanafin.MORE NEWS: Large Search Underway Near Newburyport Boat Club For Missing Man Kevin Mahoney
Police are still trying to figure out how Condon-Frieden ended up in the woods.