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AMBER ALERT Over, Pennsylvania Child Safe in Car

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    A 2-year-old girl was found safe following an Amber Alert in northeastern Pennsylvania. The girl was found in her mother’s car that rolled down a hill. (Published Monday, Feb. 6, 2017)

    A young girl was found safe after Pennsylvania State Police issued an Amber Alert Sunday night.

    The 2-year-old's mother reported her missing from in front of their home on W Front Street in Berwick, Columbia County, Pennsylvania around 7 p.m., said Pennsylvania State Police.

    Police said the girl she was inside a 2005 yellow Ford Convertible Mustang. After searching the area for about five hours, police found the car down a hill and in a wooded area near the family home, said troopers from the Bloomsburg barracks.

    The girl was unharmed but was checked out by doctors as a precaution, said NBC affiliate WBRE.

    Investigators found the girl's mother accidentally left the car in gear and the car wound up rolling down the hill by their home, said WBRE.

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