Melissa Lea, 18, (left) of South Lake Tahoe and her younger sister were reported missing after attending a solar eclipse-viewing event in Oregon.
Melissa Lea, 18, (left) of South Lake Tahoe and her younger sister were reported missing after attending a solar eclipse-viewing event in Oregon. Crook County Sheriff’s Office
Melissa Lea, 18, (left) of South Lake Tahoe and her younger sister were reported missing after attending a solar eclipse-viewing event in Oregon. Crook County Sheriff’s Office
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August 23, 2017 08:44 PM

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