A 22-year-old woman who vanished after going on a canoe trip in Connecticut's Saugatuck River Thursday afternoon has been found safe, Westport police said Friday.
Sarah Levy had been reported missing around 5:15 pm. in the town a day earlier.
A witness saw Levy in her canoe near the Ruth Steinkraus Bridge, close to the center of town. The witness said he briefly lost sight of the canoe, and when he was able to see it again, it was empty.
Police said that at the time Levy was last seen in the canoe, the water level was fairly low, so they thought she may have walked to shore. As it turns out, Levy had exited the river and was caught on surveillance video at a local business.
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The young woman was located in Norwalk early Friday and was in good health, police said. She has since been reunited with her family.
No other details were provided.