Trails Carolina death – Teen missing from North Carolina wilderness therapy camp found dead

According to local reports, a two-week search of a 17-year-old boy who wandered from a wilderness treatment camp in North Carolina finally ended in the boy’s physical recovery. WYFF quoted an autopsy report saying that Alec Lansing’s body was located in a stream in the Nantahala National Forest after falling from a tree on Saturday and fractured due to hypothermia.

Due to his serious injuries, the authorities believed that he could not move. According to reports, the youngster from Atlanta was last seen as a camper on the Carolina Trail when he left the counselor on November 10. According to reports, the 17-year-old was a student on the Carolina Trail in Toksaway Lake, North Carolina, before leaving. The camp describes itself as providing long-term help to troubled youth.

According to reports, the 17-year-old was a student on the Carolina Trail in Toksaway Lake, North Carolina, before leaving. The camp describes itself as providing long-term help to troubled youth.

According to its website, the camp describes itself as providing long-term assistance to “problematic youths experiencing academic failure or families seeking crisis intervention”. It is not clear how long Lansing has been a student in the camp.

The camp or the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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