Melissa Lea, 18, (left) of South Lake Tahoe and her younger sister were reported missing after attending a solar eclipse-viewing event in Oregon. They re-established contact with their parents Wednesday after leaving the festival and regaining cell phone service.
Melissa Lea, 18, (left) of South Lake Tahoe and her younger sister were reported missing after attending a solar eclipse-viewing event in Oregon. They re-established contact with their parents Wednesday after leaving the festival and regaining cell phone service. 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. They re-established contact with their parents Wednesday after leaving the festival and regaining cell phone service. Crook County Sheriff’s Office
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August 24, 2017 11:39 AM

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