Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2020-11-19 21:24:20 –
Ashland City, Tennessee (WTVF) — It turned out that this wasn’t an easy walk, as it was less than 0.5 miles from where Jordan was found. Jordan might have been able to get through his neighbor’s yard, but waiting for him on his way to Mallowborn Creek was a drop that most locals knew wouldn’t be confused.
“If you fall and break your leg, go down 300 feet in that canyon and you’ll be there until someone comes to find you,” said John Brittle of Ashland City.
Most likely, Jordan walked on Valleyview Road to a bridge where the stream was more accessible. Remember that Jordan did this without shoes, socks or a jacket.
Sheriff Mike Breedlab of Chisam says he has been working for the past few years and has never been as rewarding as when he saw Jordan return home safely.
“Our hearts were beginning to sink, and then this miracle happens,” Breedlove said.
Rescue teams in Christian County, Kentucky say they drove the ATV along a stream bed until they found Jordan under a blue tarpaulin. Jordan couldn’t tell them how far he was from home.
“He was in good shape to see this tarp tied up. Maybe he hit a tree from high water. He stood up under it and stayed there,” says Breedlab. It was.
The TBI states that it has completed a complete investigation of where Jordan was found, with evidence that could play a role in the ongoing investigation. They say they are still stitching the timeline of the event from when Jordan left home to when he was reported missing and finally discovered.
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