Missing campers found less than 2K from where the girls were last seen
The two teenage girls who went missing on a camping trip in Algonquin Park last week were found less than two kilometres from where they were last seen.
The 16 year olds from Kitchener were found at noon today by a K9 Unit safe and in good condition.
This puts an end to a four-day search that involved close to one-hundred people scouring the western area of the provincial park.
Police say the best thing a person can do when they get lost in the woods is stop moving and wait for rescuers.
A massive search was launched for Marta Malek and Maya Mirota after they were reported missing on Friday night.
They were part of a camping group and had a tent but limited camping supplies.
They did have a tent on them.
Police say the girls are in "amazing condition."
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