Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Toddler Survives A Night Lost In Cornfield, Thanks To Her Yorkie.

A Terrifying Situation

A Terrifying Situation

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Pushing past the growing corn stalks were hundreds of arms. Beams of light were flashing across the field. A name being called could be heard over and over again — Remy. As Timber stopped running she began to feel sick to her stomach. Running through the corn maze she felt bodies brushing against her. It all looked the same. They had been looking for her daughter for hours. Would she ever find her? That's when she heard a small noise.

A Deafening Silence

A Deafening Silence

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Before shielding her eyes from the sun, Timber Elliot wiped her palms on her pants. She was finishing the dishes from dinner when a silence fell upon her. She could normally hear her little Remy's giggles and screams as she played with her pet terrier. But as Timber looked out into the yard, there was nothing. Where could Remy be?

No Remy

No Remy

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Remy loved playing hide and seek, so Timber checked her favorite places to hide. She checked under the hay, behind the car, in the corn stalks, but there was no Remy. In hopes of their dog hearing, Timber clapped her hands and whistled. But all she could hear was the rustling of the fields of corn. Her four-legged friend, Fat Heath, always came when she called. There was definitely something wrong.

A Desperate Search

A Desperate Search

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Timber took off for the house and ran up the stairs. She looked behind every curtain and under every bed. She looked in all of the wardrobes and behind all of the doors. But there was no Remy to be found. Timber's mind began to race. Did someone take Remy? Was she okay? Was she hurt? And where was Fat Heath?

An Anxious Call

An Anxious Call

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Timber didn't waste a second. Her hands were shaking as she dialed the number for 911. Trying to remain calm, she gripped the counter as she described the situation to the police - Remy was lost, alone, and more than likely in trouble. She couldn't stop tears from rolling down her cheeks. Why didn't she keep a better eye on Remy?

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