Missing girl found

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By The Staff

Williston Police and Fire personnel, along with CERT volunteers searching for a local girl Monday morning were relieved when the girl was found after several hours of searching.

Rachel Tiffany Blakely, 16, left her residence in the Williston Crossing RV Park at 3:30 p.m. Sunday and was not found until 10:15 a.m. Monday morning.

Blakely reportedly left her residence after a disagreement with her younger brother. Originally from Washington State, she has only been in the area for two months, is home schooled, does not drive and is not familiar with the area.

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