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HAPPY ENDING! Dracut Woman, Missing Three Days Found, Alive And Well

Oct 26, 2016 04:44PM ● By Bill Gilman

Kathryn Lucier, left.

An elderly Dracut woman, missing since early Sunday afternoon from her home on Burdette Road, has been found alive and well and is being evaluated at a local hospital.
Kathryn Lucier, 75, who suffers from Dementia and Parkinson's, was found Wednesday morning under a boat  in the backyard of a home off Pleasant Street, by Firefighter Justin George, according to a report first published by
George was part of a volunteer search party organized Wednesday by State Rep. Colleen Garry.
"It is confirmed...our searcher, Justin George found her and she is alive and speaking!!! Being cared for by medical professionals! Thank you everyone!!" wrote Garry on her Facebook page.
The family of Kathryn Lucier released a statement, thanking the public for their help and concern:

"Thank you for everything you have done to bring our beautiful mother, grandmother, friend, aunt, wife and incredible soul Kathy Lucier home to her family," the statement read in all capital letters. "Dracut is an incredible community and you all have poured so much love into our hearts in the past three days."

Lucier was taken to Lowell General Hospital where she is being evaluated.
Lucier had been the subject of an intense three-day search involving police from Dracut and Lowell, as well as State Police. A helicopter was brought in to aid with the search as were multiple K-9 units.
A vigil was held for Lucier Tuesday night. The event was attended by more than 50 people.

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